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California Penal Code

Penal Code § 32 – Accessory (wobbler)

Penal Code § 37 – Treason (felony)

Penal Code § 38 – Knowingly conceal treason (felony)

Penal Code § 67 – Bribery of state executive officer (felony)

Penal Code § 67.5 – Bribery of state ministerial officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 68 – State officer asking for or receiving a bribe (felony)

Penal Code § 69 – Resisting or deterring executive officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 70(a) – Accepting or receiving a gratuity for official act (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 71(1) – Threatening to injure school or pubic employee (wobbler)

Penal Code § 71(2) – Threatening to injure school or pubic employee with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 72 – Presenting a false claim to a pubic board or officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 76(a)(1) – Threatening a pubic official, staff, or family member (wobbler)

Penal Code § 85 – Bribing a legislator or member of a legislative body (felony)

Penal Code § 86 – Legislative member accepting a bribe (felony)

Penal Code § 92 – Bribing a judicial officer (felony)

Penal Code § 93 – Acceptance of bribe by judicial officer (felony)

Penal Code § 95 – Influencing of judicial officer, referee, or umpire (felony)

Penal Code § 96 – Misconduct of juror, referee, or umpire (felony)

Penal Code § 99 – Conflict of interest by state printer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 100 – Fraud by superintendent of state printing (felony)

Penal Code § 107 – Escape by felon from hospital or reformatory (wobbler)

Penal Code § 109 – Assist escape from reformatory (felony)

Penal Code § 110 – Supply anything to aid in escape from reformatory (felony)

Penal Code § 112 – Manufacturer or sale of false government documents (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 113 – Manufacturer or sale of false citizenship documents (wobbler)

Penal Code § 114 – Use of false documents to conceal true citizenship (wobbler)

Penal Code § 115(a) – Record false or forged instrument (felony)

Penal Code § 115.1 – Use of unauthorized signature in campaign ad (wobbler)

Penal Code § 115.3 – Alteration of official record (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 115.5(a) – Forgery of real property documents (infraction)

Penal Code § 115.5(b) – False statements to notary regarding real property documents (felony)

Penal Code § 116 – Add or extract names from or destruction of jury box (felony)

Penal Code § 117 – Certify false jury list (felony)

Penal Code § 118(a) – Perjury under oath (felony)

Penal Code § 118a – Perjury by false affidavit (felony)

Penal Code § 118.1 – False report filed by peace officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 127 – Subornation of perjury (felony)

Penal Code § 128 – Perjury causing execution of innocent person (felony)

Penal Code § 129 – False statement under oath though not sworn to (felony)

Penal Code § 132 – Offered forged or altered document as genuine (felony)

Penal Code § 134 – Falsifying documents to be used in evidence (felony)

Penal Code § 135 – Destroying or concealing documentary evidence (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 135.5 – Altering evidence regarding public officer proceeding (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 136.1(a) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from testifying (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(b)(1) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from making report (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(b)(2) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from prosecuting (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(b)(3) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from arresting (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(c) – Dissuading victim or witness from arresting (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(1) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness by force or threat (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(2) – Conspire to prevent or dissuade victim or witness (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(3) – Dissuade victim or witness with a prior (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(4) – Dissuade victim or witness for financial gain (felony)

Penal Code § 137(a) – Induce false testimony by bribing witness (felony)

Penal Code § 137(b) – Induce false testimony by force or threat (felony)

Penal Code § 137(c) – Induce false testimony (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 138(a) – Bribing witness or victim not to attend trial (felony)

Penal Code § 138(b) – Receiving bribe by witness or victim not to attend trial (felony)

Penal Code § 139(a) – Violent threat to witness by felon convicted of PC 12021.1 (wobbler)

Penal Code § 139(b) – Violent threat to witness by felon with prior under PC 139(a) (felony)

Penal Code § 140 – Threat of violence because of aid in prosecution (wobbler)

Penal Code § 141(a) – Planting, altering, or concealing physical evidence (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 141(b) – Planting, altering, or concealing evidence by peace officer (felony)

Penal Code § 141(c) – Planting, altering, or concealing evidence by prosecutor (felony)

Penal Code § 146 – Officer or impersonator acting without authority (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146a – Arrest or search by false deputy or clerk (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146(b) – Arrest or search by false public officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 146(a)(1) – Disclosure of information for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146(a)(2) – Solicit information for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146g(b) – Solicit person for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146g(c)(1) – Solicit or sell photograph for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146g(c)(2) – Solicit to disclose photograph for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148(a)(1) – Resisting, obstructing, or delaying a public officer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148(a)(2) – Interfering with public safety radio transmission (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148(b) – Removal of officer’s weapon while resisting police (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148(b) – Removal of officer’s firearm while resisting police (felony)

Penal Code § 148(b) – Removal of firearm from officer engaged in duties (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(a) – Falsely reporting planting of bomb to official (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(b) – Falsely reporting planting of bomb to official (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(c) – Falsely reporting planting of bomb (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(d) – Possess or send false bomb to frighten (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.2 – Interfere with fireman or emergency rescue personnel (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.3(a) – Falsely reporting emergency (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.3(b) – Falsely reporting emergency causing injury or death (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.4(a) – Tamper with fire alarm or give false alarm (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.4(b) – Tamper with fire alarm or false alarm with injury or death (felony)

Penal Code § 148.5(a) – False report of crime to peace officer, attorney general, or district attorney (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.5(b) – False report of crime to peace officer on duty (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.5(c) – False report of crime to dispatcher (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.5(d) – False report of crime to grand jury (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.6(a)(1) – Falsely allege police misconduct (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.9(a) – Give false identification to police officer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.10(a) – Resisting causing death or injury to officer (misdemeanor/felony)

Penal Code § 149 – Assault and battery by peace officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 151(a)(1) – Advocate death or injury to officer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 151(a)(2) – Advocate death or injury to officer with death (felony)

Penal Code § 152(a) – Active concealment of accidental death (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 153(1) – Compounding or concealing a capitol offense (wobbler)

Penal Code § 153(2) – Compounding or concealing a felony offense (wobbler)

Penal Code § 153(3) – Compounding or concealing a misdemeanor offense (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 154 – Defrauding creditors by selling or concealing property (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 154(a) – Defrauding creditors by selling or concealing property <$250 (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 154(b) – Defrauding creditors by selling or concealing property >$250 (felony)

Penal Code § 32 – Accessory (wobbler)

Penal Code § 37 – Treason (felony)

Penal Code § 38 – Knowingly conceal treason (felony)

Penal Code § 67 – Bribery of state executive officer (felony)

Penal Code § 67.5 – Bribery of state ministerial officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 68 – State officer asking for or receiving a bribe (felony)

Penal Code § 69 – Resisting or deterring executive officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 70(a) – Accepting or receiving a gratuity for official act (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 71(1) – Threatening to injure school or pubic employee (wobbler)

Penal Code § 71(2) – Threatening to injure school or pubic employee with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 72 – Presenting a false claim to a pubic board or officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 76(a)(1) – Threatening a pubic official, staff, or family member (wobbler)

Penal Code § 85 – Bribing a legislator or member of a legislative body (felony)

Penal Code § 86 – Legislative member accepting a bribe (felony)

Penal Code § 92 – Bribing a judicial officer (felony)

Penal Code § 93 – Acceptance of bribe by judicial officer (felony)

Penal Code § 95 – Influencing of judicial officer, referee, or umpire (felony)

Penal Code § 96 – Misconduct of juror, referee, or umpire (felony)

Penal Code § 99 – Conflict of interest by state printer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 100 – Fraud by superintendent of state printing (felony)

Penal Code § 107 – Escape by felon from hospital or reformatory (wobbler)

Penal Code § 109 – Assist escape from reformatory (felony)

Penal Code § 110 – Supply anything to aid in escape from reformatory (felony)

Penal Code § 112 – Manufacturer or sale of false government documents (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 113 – Manufacturer or sale of false citizenship documents (wobbler)

Penal Code § 114 – Use of false documents to conceal true citizenship (wobbler)

Penal Code § 115(a) – Record false or forged instrument (felony)

Penal Code § 115.1 – Use of unauthorized signature in campaign ad (wobbler)

Penal Code § 115.3 – Alteration of official record (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 115.5(a) – Forgery of real property documents (infraction)

Penal Code § 115.5(b) – False statements to notary regarding real property documents (felony)

Penal Code § 116 – Add or extract names from or destruction of jury box (felony)

Penal Code § 117 – Certify false jury list (felony)

Penal Code § 118(a) – Perjury under oath (felony)

Penal Code § 118a – Perjury by false affidavit (felony)

Penal Code § 118.1 – False report filed by peace officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 127 – Subornation of perjury (felony)

Penal Code § 128 – Perjury causing execution of innocent person (felony)

Penal Code § 129 – False statement under oath though not sworn to (felony)

Penal Code § 132 – Offered forged or altered document as genuine (felony)

Penal Code § 134 – Falsifying documents to be used in evidence (felony)

Penal Code § 135 – Destroying or concealing documentary evidence (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 135.5 – Altering evidence regarding public officer proceeding (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 136.1(a) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from testifying (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(b)(1) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from making report (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(b)(2) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from prosecuting (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(b)(3) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness from arresting (wobbler)

Penal Code § 136.1(c) – Dissuading victim or witness from arresting (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(1) – Prevent or dissuade victim or witness by force or threat (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(2) – Conspire to prevent or dissuade victim or witness (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(3) – Dissuade victim or witness with a prior (felony)

Penal Code § 136.1(c)(4) – Dissuade victim or witness for financial gain (felony)

Penal Code § 137(a) – Induce false testimony by bribing witness (felony)

Penal Code § 137(b) – Induce false testimony by force or threat (felony)

Penal Code § 137(c) – Induce false testimony (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 138(a) – Bribing witness or victim not to attend trial (felony)

Penal Code § 138(b) – Receiving bribe by witness or victim not to attend trial (felony)

Penal Code § 139(a) – Violent threat to witness by felon convicted of PC 12021.1 (wobbler)

Penal Code § 139(b) – Violent threat to witness by felon with prior under PC 139(a) (felony)

Penal Code § 140 – Threat of violence because of aid in prosecution (wobbler)

Penal Code § 141(a) – Planting, altering, or concealing physical evidence (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 141(b) – Planting, altering, or concealing evidence by peace officer (felony)

Penal Code § 141(c) – Planting, altering, or concealing evidence by prosecutor (felony)

Penal Code § 146 – Officer or impersonator acting without authority (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146a – Arrest or search by false deputy or clerk (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146(b) – Arrest or search by false public officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 146(a)(1) – Disclosure of information for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146(a)(2) – Solicit information for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146g(b) – Solicit person for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146g(c)(1) – Solicit or sell photograph for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 146g(c)(2) – Solicit to disclose photograph for financial gain (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148(a)(1) – Resisting, obstructing, or delaying a public officer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148(a)(2) – Interfering with public safety radio transmission (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148(b) – Removal of officer’s weapon while resisting police (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148(b) – Removal of officer’s firearm while resisting police (felony)

Penal Code § 148(b) – Removal of firearm from officer engaged in duties (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(a) – Falsely reporting planting of bomb to official (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(b) – Falsely reporting planting of bomb to official (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(c) – Falsely reporting planting of bomb (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.1(d) – Possess or send false bomb to frighten (wobbler)

Penal Code § 148.2 – Interfere with fireman or emergency rescue personnel (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.3(a) – Falsely reporting emergency (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.3(b) – Falsely reporting emergency causing injury or death (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.4(a) – Tamper with fire alarm or give false alarm (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.4(b) – Tamper with fire alarm or false alarm with injury or death (felony)

Penal Code § 148.5(a) – False report of crime to peace officer, attorney general, or district attorney (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.5(b) – False report of crime to peace officer on duty (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.5(c) – False report of crime to dispatcher (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.5(d) – False report of crime to grand jury (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.6(a)(1) – Falsely allege police misconduct (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.9(a) – Give false identification to police officer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.10(a) – Resisting causing death or injury to officer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 148.10(a) – Resisting causing death/injury to officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 148.10(a) – Resist personally causing death/gbi to officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 148.10(a) – Resist causing death or injury to officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 149 – Assault and battery by officer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 151(a)(1) – Advocate injury/death of peace officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 151(a)(2) – Advocate injury/death of peace officer w/death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 152(a) – Active concealment of accidental death (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 153[1] – Compounding or concealing a capital offense (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 153[2] – Compounding or concealing a felony offense (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 153[3] – Compounding or concealing a misdemeanor offense (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 154 – Defraud creditors by selling/conceal property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 154(a) – Defraud creditors by selling/hiding property <$250 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 154(b) – Defraud creditors by selling/hiding property >$250 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 155(a) – Conceal/sell property by judgment debtor <$250 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 155(b) – Conceal/sell property by judgment debtor >$250 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 155.5(b) – Disposition of property to avoid restitution (felony)

 

Penal Code § 156 – Producing spurious heir (felony)

 

Penal Code § 157 – Substitution of child (felony)

 

Penal Code § 165 – Giving or offering bribe to councilman/supervisor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 166(a)(1) – Contempt of court (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 166(a)(1) – Contempt of court with injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 166(a)(4) – Disobedience of court order (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 166(c)(1) – Violation of protective/stay away order (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 166(c)(2) – Violation of protective/stay away order/injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 166(c)(4) – Violation of protective/stay away order with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 169 – Picketing near court to obstruct justice (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 171b – Bring weapon into state or local building/meeting (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 171c(a)(1) – Bring loaded firearm onto state grounds (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 171c(a)(2) – Bring weapons/ammo onto state grounds (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 171d – Bring loaded firearm into official state residence (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 171.7(b) – Bring weapon into sterile area of transit facility (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 171.7(d) – Bring weapon into sterile area of transit facility (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 181 – Involuntary servitude and sale of slaves (felony)

 

Penal Code § 182(a)(2) – Conspire to falsely and maliciously indict another (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 182(a)(3) – Conspire to falsely move any suit or proceeding (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 182(a)(4) – Conspire to cheat and defraud of property (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 182(a)(5) – Conspire to commit an act injurious to the public (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 182(a)(6) – Conspire to commit crime against public official (felony)

 

Penal Code § 185 – Wear mask or disguise to evade police (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 186.10 – Money laundering exceeding $5000 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.10(c)(1)(A) – Enhance – money laundering >$50K <$150K (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.10(c)(1)(B) – Enhance – money laundering >$150K <$1M (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.10(c)(1)(C) – Enhance – money laundering >$1M <$2.5M (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.10(c)(1)(D) – Enhance – money laundering >$2.5M (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.11(a)(2) – Enhance – taking/loss >$500K (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.11(a)(3) – Enhance – taking/loss >$100K <$200K (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.11(a)(3) – Enhance – taking/loss >$200K <$500K (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(a) – Criminal street gang activity (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(b)(1)(A) – Enhance – aiding gang activity (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(b)(1)(B) – Enhance – aiding gang activity/serious felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(b)(1)(C) – Enhance – aiding gang activity/violent felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(b)(4)(B) – Enhance – gang related specified offenses (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(b)(4)(C) – Enhance – gang related extortion/witness threats (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(b)(5) – Enhance – gang felony conv w/life sentence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.22(d) – Aiding criminal street gang activity (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 186.26(a) – Solicit participation in criminal gang activity (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.26(b) – Solicit participation in gang activity by threat (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.26(c) – Solicit participation in gang activity by violence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.26(d) – Enhance – soliciting minor for gang activity (felony)

 

Penal Code § 186.33(a) – Failure to register as gang member (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 186.33(b)(1) – Enhance – failure to register w/felony conv (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Murder – unspecified (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Murder 1st degree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Attempted murder – with premeditation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Attempted murder – with premeditation of police (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Murder 2nd degree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Attempted murder – without premeditation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 187(a) – Attempted murder – without premeditation of police(felony)

 

Penal Code § 190(c) – Murder – 2nd degree of peace officer on duty (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190(d) – Murder – 2nd degree during drive by shooting (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190(d) – Attempted murder – without premeditation/drive by (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.03(a) – Murder – 1st degree/disability/gender/sex orient (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.05(a) – Murder – 2nd degree/prior murder conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.05(a) – Attempted murder – without premeditation/prior murder (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(1) – Murder 1st special – for financial gain (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(2) – Murder 1st special – prior murder conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(3) – Murder 1st special – multiple victims (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(4) – Murder 1st special – use of explosive (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(5) – Murder 1st special – to avoid arrest or escape (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(6) – Murder 1st special – mailed explosive device (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(7) – Murder 1st special – on duty peace officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(8) – Murder 1st special – on duty federal officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(9) – Murder 1st special – on duty firefighter (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(10) – Murder 1st special – to prevent testimony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(11) – Murder 1st special – prosecutor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(12) – Murder 1st special – judge (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(13) – Murder 1st special – government official (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(14) – Murder 1st special – exceptional depravity (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(15) – Murder 1st special – lying in wait (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(16) – Murder 1st special – motivated by race/religion (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(17) – Murder 1st special – during commission of felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(18) – Murder 1st special – torture involved (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(19) – Murder 1st special – poison used (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(20) – Murder 1st special – juror (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(21) – Murder 1st special – drive by shooting (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(21) – Murder 1st special – drive by shooting (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.2(a)(22) – Murder 1st special – gang related (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.5(b) – Murder – 1st degree/defendant age 16 to 18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.25 – Murder – 1st degree of transit employee (felony)

 

Penal Code § 190.25 – Attempted murder – w/premeditation/transit

 

Penal Code § 191.5(a) – Vehicular manslaughter – intoxicated with gross negligence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 191.5(b) – Vehicular manslaughter – intoxicated without gross neg (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 191.5(d) – Vehicular manslaughter – intoxicated with gross neg and prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 192(a) – Voluntary manslaughter (felony)

 

Penal Code § 192(b) – Involuntary manslaughter (felony)

 

Penal Code § 192(c)(1) – Vehicular manslaughter – with gross negligence (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 192(c)(2) – Vehicular manslaughter – without gross negligence (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 192(c)(3) – Vehicular manslaughter – financial gain (felony)

 

Penal Code § 192.5(a) – Vessel manslaughter – intoxicated with gross negligence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 192.5(b) – Vessel manslaughter – intoxicated without gross negligence (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 192.5(c) – Vessel manslaughter – with gross negligence (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 192.5(d) – Vessel manslaughter – without gross negligence (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 192.5(e) – Enhance – fleeing scene after vessel manslaughter (felony)

 

Penal Code § 193.8(a) – Relinquish possession of vehicle to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 203 – Mayhem (felony)

 

Penal Code § 205 – Aggravated mayhem (felony)

 

Penal Code § 206 – Torture (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(a) – Kidnapping (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(a) – Kidnapping – separate victim/separate occasion (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(b) – Kidnapping – entice victim under 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(b) – Kidnapping – entice victim <14 years/separate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(c) – Kidnapping –  intent to take out of state (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(c) – Kidnapping – out of state/separate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(d) – Kidnapping – intent to bring into state (felony)

 

Penal Code § 207(d) – Kidnapping – bring into state – separate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 208(a) – Kidnapping (felony)

 

Penal Code § 208(b) – Kidnapping – victim under 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 209(a) – Kidnapping – ransom/reward/extortion (felony)

 

Penal Code § 209(a) – Kidnapping – ransom/reward/extortion with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 209(b)(1) – Kidnapping – robbery or sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 209.5(a) – Kidnapping – commission of carjacking (felony)

 

Penal Code § 210 – Pose as kidnapper for ransom/reward/extortion (felony)

 

Penal Code § 210.5 – Taking of hostage (felony)

 

Penal Code § 211 – Robbery (felony)

 

Penal Code § 211 – Robbery – 1st degree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 212.5(a) – Robbery – 1st degree (transit) (felony)

 

Penal Code § 212.5(a) – Robbery – 1st degree (residential) (felony)

 

Penal Code § 212.5(b) – Robbery – 1st degree (atm) (felony)

 

Penal Code § 212.5(c) – Robbery – 2nd degree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 213(a)(1)(A) – Robbery – 1st degree residential, in concert

 

Penal Code § 213(a)(1)(B) – Robbery – 1st degree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 213(a)(2) – Robbery – 2nd degree

 

Penal Code § 213(b) – Attempted robbery – 2nd degree

 

Penal Code § 214 – Train robbery (felony)

 

Penal Code § 215(a) – Carjacking (felony)

 

Penal Code § 217.1(a) – Assault on public official (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 217.1(b) – Attempted murder of public official (felony)

 

Penal Code § 218 – Derailing or wrecking of train (felony)

 

Penal Code § 218.1 – Cause train damage/derailment or passenger injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 219 – Wrecking train or firing bridge (Felony)

 

Penal Code § 219 – Wrecking train or firing bridge w/death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 219.1 – Throw missile at vehicle of common carrier with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 219.2 – Throw missile or shoot at train/streetcar/vessel (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/203 – Assault to commit mayhem (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/261 – Assault to commit rape (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(2)/261 – Assault to commit rape on child < 18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/264.1 – Assault to commit sex act in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/264.1 – Assault to commit sex act in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/264.1 – Assault to commit sex act in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(2)/264.1 – Assault to commit sex act in concert <18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/286 – Assault to commit sodomy (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(2)/286 – Assault to commit sodomy on child < 18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/288 – Assault to commit lewd act on child (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(2)/288 – Assault to commit lewd act on child < 18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/288a – Assault to commit oral cop (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(2)/288a – Assault to commit oral cop on child < 18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(1)/289 – Assault to penetrate w/foreign object (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(a)(2)/289 – Assault to penetrate w/foreign object < 18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 220(b) – Assault to commit sex crime/1st degree burg (felony)

 

Penal Code § 222 – Administer controlled substance to aid felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236 – False imprisonment with violence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236 – False imprisonment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 236.1(a) – Human trafficking (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236.1(b) – Human trafficking with intent/sex act (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236.1(c)(1) – Human trafficking victim <18 years with intent/sex act (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236.1(c)(2) – Human trafficking victim <18 years with intent/sex act/force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236.4(b) – Enhance – infliction of GBI/human trafficking (felony)

 

Penal Code § 236.4(c) – Enhance – prior 236.1 conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 237 – False imprisonment with violence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 237 – False imprisonment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 240 – Assault (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241(a) – Assault (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241(b) – Assault – on-duty parking control officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241(c) – Assault – on-duty emergency person (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241.1 – Assault – on-duty custodial officer (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 241.2(a) – Assault – on school or park property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241.3(a) – Assault – on public transportation property/vehicle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241.4 – Assault – on school peace officer (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 241.5(a) – Assault – highway worker on duty (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241.6 – Assault – on school employee (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 241.7 – Assault – on juror (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 241.8 – Assault on member of U.S. Armed Forces (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 242 – Battery (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243(b) – Battery – officer/medical/emergency personnel (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243(c)(1) – Battery – custody officer/med/emergency person w/injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 243(c)(1) – Battery – custody officer/med/emergency person w/injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243(c)(2) – Battery – peace officer with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 243(c)(2) – Battery – peace officer with injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243(d) – Battery – causing serious bodily injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243(e)(1) – Battery – a spouse or cohabitant (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.1 – Battery – a spouse or cohabitant (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.10 – Battery – against member of U.S. Armed Forces (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.2(a) – Battery – occurring at school/park/hospital (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.25 – Battery – elder or dependent adult (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.3 – Battery – public transit employee/passenger/injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 243.3 – Battery – public transit employee/passenger/gbi (felony)

 

Penal Code § 243.3 – Battery – public transit employee/passenger/injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.3 – Battery – public transit employee/passenger (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.4 – Sexual battery (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.4(a) – Sexual battery by restraint (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.4(b) – Sexual battery of institutionalized victim (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.4(c) – Sexual battery victim unconscious of act (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.4(d) – Sexual battery by forced masturbation (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.4(e)(1) – Sexual battery (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.6 – Battery against school employee (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.6 – Battery against school employee with injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.65(a) – Battery – highway worker on duty (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.7 – Battery against juror (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 243.8(a) – Battery against a sports official (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 243.83 –Unlawful act during professional sports event (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 243.9(a) – Battery committed by gassing (felony)

 

Penal Code § 244 – Assault – caustic chemicals to disfigure/burn (felony)

 

Penal Code § 244.5(b) – Assault – stun gun or less lethal weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 244.5(b) – Assault – stun gun or less lethal weapon (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 244.5(c) – Assault – officer/fireman w/stun gun or less lethal (felony)

 

Penal Code § 244.5(c) – Assault – officer/fireman w/stun gun or less lethal (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(a)(1) – Assault – deadly weapon other than firearm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 245(a)(1) – Assault – deadly weapon/vehicle used (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 245(a)(2) – Assault – firearm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 245(a)(3) – Assault – machinegun (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(a)(4) – Assault – force likely to produce GBI (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 245(b) – Assault – semiautomatic firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(c) – Assault – officer/firefighter/force likely to produce GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(c) – Assault – officer/firefighter/non-firearm deadly weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(c) – Assault – officer/firefighter/vehicle used (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(d)(1) – Assault – officer/firefighter w/firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(d)(2) – Assault – officer/firefighter w/semiauto firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245(d)(3) – Assault – officer/firefighter w/machine gun (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245.2 – Assault – deadly weapon/GBI poss/transit (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245.3 – Assault – deadly weapon/GBI poss/custody officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245.5(a) – Assault – non-firearm d weapon/GBI poss/school emp (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 245.5(b) – Assault – firearm/school employee (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 245.5(c) – Assault – stun gun/school employee (felony)

 

Penal Code § 245.5(c) – Assault – stun gun/school employee (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 246 – Discharge firearm – inhabit house/vehicle/aircraft (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 246.3(a) – Discharge firearm in grossly negligent manner (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 246.3(b) –Discharge BB gun in grossly negligent manner (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 247(a) – Discharge firearm at unoccupied aircraft (felony)

 

Penal Code § 247(b) – Discharge firearm at unoccupied vehicle/building (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 248 – Shine light at aircraft to impair operation (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(1) – Rape of mentally or physically disabled victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(2) – Rape by force/fear of bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(2) – Rape of victim 14-17 years by force/fear of bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(2) – Rape of victim < 14 years by force/fear of bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(2) – Rape by force/fear of bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(2) – Rape of victim 14-17 years by force/fear of bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(2) – Rape of victim < 14 years by force/fear of bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(3) – Rape of victim given intoxicant/anesthesia/drug (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(3) – Rape of victim given intoxicant/anesthesia/drug by force/fear (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(4) – Rape of unconscious victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(5) – Rape of victim who believes def is known to victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(6) – Rape by threat of retaliation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(6) – Rape by threat of retaliation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(7) – Rape by threat to arrest or deport (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261(a)(7) – Rape by threat to arrest or deport (felony)

 

Penal Code § 261.5(b) – Unlawful sexual intercourse (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 261.5(c) – Unlawful sexual intercourse w/ > 3years age difference (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 261.5(d) – Unlawful sexual intercourse w/def > 21 years victim < 16 years (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(1) – Spousal rape by force/fear of injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(1) – Spousal rape by force/fear of injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(2) – Spousal rape by intoxicant/anesthesia/drug (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(3) – Spousal rape of unconscious victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(4) – Spousal rape by threat of retaliation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(4) – Spousal rape by threat of retaliation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(5) – Spousal rape by threat to arrest or deport (felony)

 

Penal Code § 262(a)(5) – Spousal rape by threat to arrest or deport (felony)

 

Penal Code § 264.1(a) – Rape in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 264.1(a) – Rape in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 264.1(a) – Rape in concert on child 14-17 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 264.1(a) – Rape in concert on child < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 264.1(b)(1) – Rape in concert on child < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 264.1(b)(2) – Rape in concert on child 14–17 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266 – Seduction of minor for prostitution (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 266a – Procurement by force or fraud for prostitution (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266b – Compel illicit relation by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266c – Induce sexual act by false representation (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 266e – Hiring of panderer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266f – Selling of person for illicit use (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266g – Prostituting of wife (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266h(a) – Pimping

 

Penal Code § 266h(b)(1) – Pimping prostitute minor 16 years or older (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266h(b)(2) – Pandering of minor under 16 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 266j – Transport minor <16years for lewd/lascivious act (felony)

 

Penal Code § 267 – Abduction of minor for prostitution (felony)

 

Penal Code § 269(a)(1) – Aggravated sexual assault of child – rape (felony)

 

Penal Code § 269(a)(2) – Aggravated sexual assault of child – concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 269(a)(3) – Aggravated sexual assault of child – sodomy (felony)

 

Penal Code § 269(a)(4) – Aggravated sexual assault of child – oral cop (felony)

 

Penal Code § 269(a)(5) – Aggravated sexual assault of child – sex pen (felony)

 

Penal Code § 270 – Failure to provide (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 270.1(a) – Failure to supervise pupil’s school attendance (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 271 – Abandonment of child under 14 years of age (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 271a– Failure to provide for child under 14 years of age (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 272(a)(1) – Contributing to the delinquency of a minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 272(b)(1) – Contact minor < 14 years to lure/transport minor away (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 272(b)(1) – Contact minor < 14 years to lure/transport minor away (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 273a(a) – Endanger child likely to produce harm or death (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273a(b) – Endanger child not likely to produce harm or death (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 273ab(a) – Assault on child<8y with GBI causing death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 273ab(b) – Assault on child <8y with GBI causing coma (felony)

 

Penal Code § 273d(a) – Inflict cruel/inhuman corporal punishment on child (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273d(b) – Enhance – corporal injury to child with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 273g – Lewdness and drunkenness in presence of child (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 273j – Failure to report of child (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 273.4 – Enhance – female genital mutilation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 273.5 – Corporal injury – domestic relations (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273.5(a) – Corporal injury – domestic relations (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273.5(f)(1) – Corporal injury – domestic relations w/prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273.5(f)(2) – Corporal injury – domestic relations w/prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273.6(a) – Disobey court order – domestic violence (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 273.6(b) – Disobey court order – domestic violence w/injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 273.6(d) – Disobey court with viol/threat and prior within 7 years (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 273.6(e) – Disobey court with injury and prior within 1 year (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 278 – Child stealing by person without custody (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 278.5 – Child stealing to deprive of custody or visitation (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 280(b) – Conceal child involved in adoption out of state (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 281 – Bigamy (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 284 – Marry spouse of another (felony)

 

Penal Code § 285 – Incest (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(b)(1) – Sodomy with victim <18 years of age (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 286(b)(2) – Sodomy with victim <16 years of age (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(1) – Sodomy with victim <14 years of age (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(1) – Sodomy with victim <14 years of age by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(1) – Sodomy with victim <14 years by force/separate act (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(2)(A) – Sodomy by force/fear of injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(2)(B) – Sodomy with victim < 14 years/force/fear of injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(2)(C) – Sodomy with victim 14-17 years/force/fear of injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(c)(3) – Sodomy by threat of retaliation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(d)(1) – Sodomy in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(d)(1) – Sodomy in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(d)(2) – Sodomy with victim < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(d)(2) – Sodomy with victim < 14 years in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(d)(3) – Sodomy with victim 14-17 years in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(e) – Sodomy while confined in jail or prison (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 286(f) – Sodomy of unconscious victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(g) – Sodomy of incompetent victim (victim)

 

Penal Code § 286(h) – Sodomy of confined victim by confined defendant (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 286(i) – Sodomy by use of intoxicant/anesthesia/drug (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(j) – Sodomy under false belief that def is known to victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(k) – Sodomy by threat of arrest or deportation by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286(k) – Sodomy by threat of arrest/deport (felony)

 

Penal Code § 286.5 – Sexual assault of an animal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 288(a) – Lewd act on child < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288(a) – Lewd act on child < 14 years with bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288(b)(1) – Lewd act on child < 14 years old by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288(b)(2) – Lewd act by caretaker on dep by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288(c)(1) – Lewd act on child 14/15 years old and >10years younger (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 288(c)(2) – Lewd act by caretaker on dependent adult (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 288(i) – Lewd act on child < 14 years with bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(1) – Oral cop with person <18 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(1) – Oral cop with person <18 years by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(1) – Oral cop with person <18 years/force/sep (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(1) – Oral cop with person <18 years (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(2) – Oral cop with person <16 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(2) – Oral cop with person <16 years by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(b)(2) – Oral cop with person <16 years by force/sep (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288(c)(1) – Oral cop w/person <14yr and >10yr younger (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288(c)(1) – Oral cop w/person <14yr and >10yr younger by force

 

Penal Code § 288(c)(1) – Oral cop by force/separate act (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(c)(2)(A) – Oral cop by force

 

Penal Code § 288a(c)(2)(B) – Oral cop w/child < 14 years by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(c)(2)(C) – Oral cop w/person 14-17 years by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(c)(3) – Oral cop by threat of retaliation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(d)(1) – Oral cop in concert

 

Penal Code § 288a(d)(2) – Oral cop w/child <14 years in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(d)(3) – Oral cop w/person 14-17 years in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(e) – Oral cop while in jail or prison (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 288a(f) – Oral cop of unconscious victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(g) – Oral cop of incompetent victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(h) – Oral cop while confined in state hospital (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 288a(i) – Oral cop of intoxicated victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(j) – Oral cop under false belief def is known to victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288a(k) – Oral cop by threat of arrest or deportation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.2(a)(1) – Distribute/exhibit lewd material to minor (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 288.2(a)(2) – Distribute/exhibit lewd material to minor/no sex (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 288.3(a) – Attempt/contact minor to commit lewd act (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.3(c) – Enhance – prior PC 288.3(a) conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.4(a)(1) – Arrange meeting with minor/lewd behavior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 288.4(a)(2) – Arrange meeting with minor/prior sex conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.4(b) – Arrange & meet with minor/lewd behavior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.5(a) – Engage in 3+ sex acts with child less than 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.5(a) – Engage in 3+ sex acts with child less than 14 years by force/sep (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.7(a) – Sex intercourse/sodomy with child 10 years or younger (felony)

 

Penal Code § 288.7(b) – Oral cop/sex pen with child 10 years or younger (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(a)(1)(A) – Sex penetration by object by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(a)(1)(B) – Sex penetration by object victim < 14 years/force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(a)(1)(C) – Sex penetration by object victim 14-17 years/force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(a)(2) – Sex penetration by object by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(b) – Sex penetration by object/incompetent victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(c) – Sex penetration by object/confined victim (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 289(d) – Sex penetration by object/unconscious victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(e) – Sex penetration y object/intoxicated victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(f) – Sex penetration by object/belief defendant known to victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(g) – Sex penetration by object/threat (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(h) – Sex penetration by object/victim less than 18 years (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 289(i) – Sex penetration by object/victim less than 16 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289(j) – Sex penetration by object/victim less than 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289.5(a) – Enter state to avoid prosecution for sex offense (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 289.5(b) – Enter state to avoid incarceration for sex offense (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code §289.5(d) – Enhance – sex offense after entering state (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289.6(a)(1) – Sex activity with confined consenting adult (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 289.6(a)(2) – Sex activity with confined consenting adult with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 289.6(a)(2) – Sex activity with confined consenting adult (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 289.6(a)(3) – Sex activity with confined consenting adult (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290(b) – Failure to register as felony sex offender (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290(b) – Failure to register as misdemeanor sex offender (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.001 – Failure to register – sexually violent predator (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.002 – Failure to register – out of state resident (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.003 – Failure to register – after release for 290 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.004 – Failure to register – mentally disordered offender (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.005(a) – Failure to register – out of state conviction (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.005(b) – Failure to register – offense for compulsion (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.005(c) – Failure to register – out of state conviction (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.006 – Failure to register – for sex compulsion (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.007 – Failure to register – dismissed conviction (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.009 – Failure to register – student/employee of college (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.010 – Failure to register – multiple addresses (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.011(a) – Failure to register – transient/5 days of release (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.011(b) – Failure to register – transient/moved (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.011(c) – Failure to register – transient/birthday (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.011(f) – Failure to register – transient/moved out of state (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.012(a) – Failure to register – within 5 days of birthday (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.012(b) – Failure to register – SVP/every 90 days (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.012(c) – Failure to register – transient/every 30 days (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.013(a) – Failure to register – address change (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.013(b) – Failure to register – known address within 5 days (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.014(a) – Failure to register – name change (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.014(b) – Failure to register – internet identifiers (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.015(a) – Failure to register – released from jail over 30d (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.016(a) – Failure to register – preregistration (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(a) – Failure to register as misdemeanor sex offender (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(b) – Failure to register as felony sex offender (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(d) – Failure to register as mentally disordered sex offender (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(d) – Failure to register as mentally disordered sex offender with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(e) – Probation restrict – felony failure to register (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(f) – Failure to verify reg as sexually violent predator (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(g) – Failure to update sex offender registration (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(g) – Failure to update sex offender registration/2+ priors (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(h) – Failure to provide proof of residence (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(i) – Failure to provide internet identifiers (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.018(k) – Failure to provide required info on registration forms (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.024(a) – Failure to register internet identifiers (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.01(c) – Failure to register with campus police (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.01(c) – Failure to register with campus police with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.01(c) – Failure to register with campus police/2 prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.4(c)(1) – Enhance – using regist info to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290.45(e)(1) – Enhance – using regist info to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290.46(j)(2) – Enhance – using regist info to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 290.46(k) – Sex offender access public 290 database (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.85(a) – Failure to provide proof of registration (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.85(b) – Failure to provide proof of update (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 290.95(a) – Failure to disclose as sex offender/work with minors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.95(b) – Failure to disclose as sex offender/contact with minors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 290.95(c) – Sex offender victim < 16 employed to work with minors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 298.1(a) – Sex offender refuse to give DNA samples (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 298.1(a) – Sex offender refuse to give blood or saliva (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 298.2(a)(1) – Sex offender give false DNA sample (felony)

 

Penal Code § 298.2(a)(2) – Sex offender tamper with DNA sample (felony)

 

Penal Code § 303a – Solicit purchase of alcoholic beverages (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 310(a) – Minor at prizefight (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 310(b) – Minor at cockfight (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 310.5 – Contract to pay minor for unlawful sex act (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.1(a) – Bring into state matter depicting minor in sex act (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 311.2(a) – Bring obscene matter into state to distribute (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.2(b) – Bring child porn into state for commercial gain (felony)

 

Penal Code § 311.2(c) – Bring child porn into state to exhibit to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.2(d) – Bring child porn into state to exhibit to minor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 311.3 – Produce/exchange child pornography with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 311.3 – Produce/exchange child pornography (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.4(a) – Use minor to distribute obscene matter (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.4(b) – use minor to prepare child porn sex film (felony)

 

Penal Code § 311.4(c) – use minor to pose/model for child porn sex film (felony)

 

Penal Code § 311.5 – Advertising obscene matter (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.6 – Engaging in obscene live conduct (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 311.10 – Distribute obscene matter depicting person less than 18 years (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 311.10(a) – Distribute obscene patter depicting person less than 18 years (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 311.11(a) – Possession of obscene matter depicting matter less than 18 years (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 311.11(b) – Possession obscene matter depicting person less 18 years with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 311.11(c)(1) – Possession of obscene matter depicting person less than 18 years/image (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 311.11(c)(2) – Possession of obscene matter depicting person less than 18 years/sadism (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 313.1(e) – Fail to display “adults only” label in video area (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 313.1(f) – Alter video by adding harmful matter with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 313.4 – Distributing harmful matter to minor with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 314(1) – Indecent exposure (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 314(2) – Aid indecent exposure (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 315 – Keeping or living in house of prostitution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 316 – House of disorder (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 318 – Pimping/capping/or soliciting patrons (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 320 – Contrive/propose/or draw a lottery (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 321 – Sell lottery tickets (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 322 – Assisting in a lottery (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 326 – Renting premises for lottery purposes (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 330 – Conduct gaming (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 331 – Permit gaming (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 332 – Obtain money by fraud through gamin (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 333 – Fail to appear as witness in a gaming prosecution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 337 – Receive protection money or grant privileges (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337a – Pool selling/bookmarking/or wagering (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337a(a) – Pool selling/bookmarking/or wagering with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 337a[1] – Engage in bookmaking or pool selling (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337a[2] – Maintain a bookmaking place (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337a[3] – Accept a wager (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337a[4] – Record a wager (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337a[5] – Permit bookmaking/pool selling/or wagering (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337a[6] – Make or accept a wager (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337b – Bribe player/participant to throw sporting event (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337c – Accept bribe to throw sporting event (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337d – Bribe judge of sporting event (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337e – Accept bribe by sporting official (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337f(a) – Drop a race horse (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337f(a) – Enter drugged horse in a race (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 337i – Transmit race information for gambling purposes (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 337.3 – Use false name to tout (felony)

 

Penal Code § 337.7 – Misrepresent self by wrongful use of license (felony)

 

Penal Code § 347(a)(1) – Mingle harmful substance with food or drink (felony)

 

Penal Code § 347(a)(2) – Enhance – mingling poison with food with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 347(b) – Falsely state harmful substance is in food/drink (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 347b – Manufacture or sell poisoned alcohol (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 350(a)(1) – Manufacture or sale of <1000 counterfeit mark (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 350(a)(2) – Manufacture or sale of >1000 counterfeit mark (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 350(b) – Manufacture or sale of counterfeit mark with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 350(c) – Manufacture or sale of counterfeit mark with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 350(c) –Manufacture or sale of counterfeit mark with injury by corp (felony)

 

Penal Code § 351a – Misrepresent name of maker of goods sold (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 367g – Unlawfully use sperm/ova/or embryos (felony)

 

Penal Code § 368(b)(1) – Allow or cause injury to elder/dependent adult (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 368(b)(2)(A) – Enhance – GBI on victim < 70 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 368(b)(2)(B) – Enhance – GBI on victim >70 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 368(b)(3)(A) – Enhance – GBI on victim <70 years with death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 368(b)(3)(B) – Enhance – GBI on victim >70 years with death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 368(c) – Cause or permit injury to elder/dependent adult (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 368(c) – Cause or permit injury to elder/dependent adult with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 368(d)(1) – Theft form elder or dependent adult > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 368(d)(2) – Theft form elder or dependent adult < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 368(e)(1) – Theft from elder/dependent adult by caretaker > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 368(e)(2) – Theft from elder/dependent adult by caretaker < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 368(f) – False imprisonment of elder or dependent adult (felony)

 

Penal Code § 369i – Trespass on railroad or rail transit property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 372 – Public nuisance (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 373a – Maintain or permit public nuisance (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 374c – Discharge firearm on public highway (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 374.3(a) – Dump refuse on public or private road or highway (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 374.3(a) – Dump refuse on public/private/road highway with 1 prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 374.3(a) – Dump refuse on public/private/road highway with 2 prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 374.4(a) – Litter on public or private property (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 374.4(a) – Litter on public or private property with 1 prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 374.4(a) – Litter on public or private property with 2 prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 374.5(a)(1) – Reinsert or deposit grease into grease trap (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 374.5(a)(1) – Reinsert or deposit grease into grease trap with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 374.5(a)(2) – Discharge grease on any waters of the state (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 374.5(a)(2) – Discharge grease on any waters of the state with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 374.8(b) – Unauthorized deposit of hazardous substance (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 375(a) – Discharge gaseous substance in public place (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 377 – false representation to produce drug (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 379 – Sell or dispense “Salvia” to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 381(a) – Possess toluene with intent to inhale (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 381(b) – Possess toluene type substance with intent to inhale (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 381c(b) – Furnish nitrous oxide to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 381d(a) – Dispense nitrous oxide causing gbi/death (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 381e(a) – Fail to keep nitrous oxide transaction records (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 382.5 – Sale of dinitrophenol (felony)

 

Penal Code § 387(a) – Conceal dangerous business practice (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 396(b) – Unlawful price increase during emergency/business (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 396(c) – Unlawful price increase during emergency/contractor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 396(d) – Unlawful price increase during emergency/motel (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 398(a) – Negligently allow animal to cause injury (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 399(a) – Allow vicious animal at large causing death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 399(b) – Allow vicious animal at large causing injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 399.5(a) – Own attack dog that bites human being with injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 401 – Advise or encourage suicide (felony)

 

Penal Code § 402(a) – Sightseeing at scene of emergency (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 402(b) – Interfere with a lifeguard during emergency (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 403 – Disturb or break up assembly or meeting (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 404(a) – Riot (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 404.6(a) – Incitement to riot (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 404.6(c) – Incite a riot in place of confinement with injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 405a – Take person from lawful custody by riot (felony)

 

Penal Code § 405a – Take person from lawful custody by riot with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 406 – Rout (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 407 – Unlawful assembly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 408 – Participate in rout or unlawful assembly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 409 – refuse to disperse when ordered (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 409.5(c) – Unauthorized entry into closed emergency area (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 415 – Disturbing the peace (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 415(1) – Disturbing the peace by fighting (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 415(2) – Disturbing the peace by loud/unreasonable noise (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 415(3) – Disturbing the peace by using offense language (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 415.5(a) – Disturb the peace on college/university grounds (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 416 – Refusal by crowd to disperse when ordered (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417(a)(1) – Brandishing deadly weapon/use in fight (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417(a)(1) – Brandishing deadly weapon – victim clean graffiti (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417(a)(2)(A) – Brandishing concealed firearm in public place (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417(a)(2)(B) – Brandishing a firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417(b) – Brandishing loaded firearm/use in fight/daycare (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 417(c) – Brandishing firearm at police (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 417.26(a) – Aim laser scope/pointer at peace officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417.26(b) – Aim laser scope/pointer at peace officer with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417.3 – Brandishing firearm at person in motor vehicle (felony)

 

Penal Code § 417.4 – Brandishing imitation firearm/threatening manner (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 417.6 – Brandishing weapon causing serious bodily injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 417.8 – Brandishing weapon at peace officer/resisting arrest (felony)

 

Penal Code § 420.1 – Denial of access to real property (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 422 – Criminal threat (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 422.6(a) – Violation of civil rights by force with injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 422.6(b) – Violation of civil rights by destroying property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 422.7 – Hate crime (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 422.75(a) – Enhance – felony hate crime conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 422.75(b) – Enhance – hate crime against institution (felony)

 

Penal Code § 422.75(c) – Enhance – hate crime committed in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 422.75(e) – Enhance – committing hate crime with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 424 – Misappropriation of public funds (felony)

 

Penal Code § 425 – Failure to keep and pay over public funds (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451(a) – Arson causing great bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451(b) – Arson of inhabited structure or property (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451(b) – Arson of residential (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451(c) – Arson of structure or forest land (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451(d) – Arson of property (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451.1 – Enhance – arson (felony)

 

Penal Code § 451.5 – Aggravated arson (felony)

 

Penal Code § 452(a) – Unlawfully causing a fire causing great bodily injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 452(b) – Unlawfully cause burning of inhabited structure (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 452(c) – Unlawfully cause fire of structure or forest land (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 452(d) – Unlawfully cause fire of property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 452.1(a) – Enhance – felony unlawfully causing fire (felony)

 

Penal Code § 453(a) – Possession of flammable device for malicious use (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 454 – Unlawful burning within riot emergency area (felony)

 

Penal Code § 454(b) – Arson during emergency (felony)

 

Penal Code § 454(c) – probation restrict – arson during emergency (felony)

 

Penal Code § 455 – Attempted arson (felony)

 

Penal Code § 456(b) – Enhance – arson for pecuniary gain (felony)

 

Penal Code § 457.1(h) – Failure to register after arson conviction (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 457.1(h) – Failure to register after arson conviction with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 459 – Burglary – 1st degree/residential (felony)

 

Penal Code § 459 – Burglary – 2nd degree (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 459.5(a) – Shoplifting (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 459.5(a) – Shoplifting/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 460(a) – Burglary – 1st degree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 460(a) – Burglary – residential / victim present (felony)

 

Penal Code § 460(b) – Burglary – 2nd degree (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 461(a) – Burglary – residential / victim present (felony)

 

Penal Code § 461(b) – Burglary – 2nd degree (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 462(a) – Probation denial – residential burglary (felony)

 

Penal Code § 462.5(a) – Probation restrict – felony custodial inst burglary (felony)

 

Penal Code § 462.5(a) – Burglary – custody institution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 463 – Looting (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 464 – Safe-blowing (felony)

 

Penal Code § 466 – Possess burglar tools (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 466.65(a) – Possess bypass tool to aid in taking of motorcycle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 466.65(b) – Possess tool to aid in taking of motorcycle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 466.7 – Unlawful possession of vehicle keys (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 469 – Unauthorized duplication of keys to state building (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 470(a) – Forge signature value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(a) – Forge signature value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 470(a) – Forge signature value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(b) – Forge seal value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(b) – Forge seal value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 470(b) – Forge seal value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(c) – Forge will value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(c) – Forge will value < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 470(c) – Forge will value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(d) – Forge check value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470(d) – Forge check value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 470(d) – Forge check value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470a – Forgery of driver’s license or identification card (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 470b – Possess forged driver’s license or ID card (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 471 – Alter entries in books and records > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 471 – Alter entries in books and records < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 471 – Alter entries in books and records < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 472 – Forgery of state/corp/official seals >$950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 472 – Forgery of state/corp/official seals <$951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 472 – Forgery of state/corp/official seals <$951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 474 – Send false message by phone (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 475 – Poss/receive/pass forged paper > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 475 – Poss/receive/pass forged paper < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 475 – Poss/receive/pass forged paper < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 476 – Make/pass/possess bill/note/check > $ 950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 476 – Make/pass/possess bill/note/check < $ 950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 476 – Make/pass/possess bill/note/check < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 476a(a) – Make/pass insufficient funds check > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 476a(b) – Make/pass insufficient funds check < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 476a(b) – Make/pass insufficient funds check < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 477 – Counterfeiting (felony)

 

Penal Code § 478 – Possess counterfeit (felony)

 

Penal Code § 480 – Make or possess counterfeit die/apparatus (felony)

 

Penal Code § 481.1(a) – Counterfeit/alter public transportation fare media (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 481.1(b) – Possess counterfeit public transportation fare media (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 482 – Remove cancel mark from passenger ticket (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 483.5(a) – Possess or transport deceptive ID document (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 483.5(b) – Possess deceptive document-making device (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484(a) – Theft defined (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484b – Divert construction load > $2,350 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484b – Divert construction loan < $2,350 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484c – Obtain construction funds by false voucher (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484e(a) – Sell access card value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484e(a) – Sell access card value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 464e(a) – Sell access card value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484e(b) – Acquire unlawful access cards value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484e(b) – Acquire unlawful access cards value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484e(b) – Acquire unlawful access cards value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484e(c) – Acquire access card to use/sell to defraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484e(d) – Acquire access card information value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484e(d) – Acquire access card information value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484e(d) – Acquire access card information value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484f(a) – Forge/alter access card with intent to defraud (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484f(b) – Forge cardholder’s signature on access card (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484g – Unauthorized use of access card > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484g – Unauthorized use of access card < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484h(a) – Knowingly honor illegal access card value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484h(a) – Knowingly honor illegal access card value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484h(b) – Receive payment for items not furnished > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484h(b) – Receive payment for items not furnished < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484i(a) – Possess incomplete access card without consent (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484i(b) – Make/alter access card info value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484i(b) – Make/alter access card info value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 484i(b) – Make/alter access card info vale < $950/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484i(c) – Counterfeit access cards (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 484.1(a) – Grand theft from pawnbroker (felony)

 

Penal Code § 484.1(a) – Petty theft from pawnbroker (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 485 – Grand theft of lost property (felony)

 

Penal Code § 485 – Petty theft of lost property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 485 – Petty theft of lost property (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 487(a) – Grand theft of property value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(1)(A) – Grand theft of fowl/vegetable/fruit value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(1)(A) – Theft of fowl/vegetable/fruit value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(1)(A) – Theft of fowl/vegetable/fruit value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(2) – Grand theft of aquacultural product value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(2) – Theft of aquacultural product < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(2) – Theft of aquacultural product value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(3) – Grand theft by employee value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(3) – Theft by employee value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487(b)(3) – Theft by employee value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(c) – Grand theft of property taken from person > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(c) – Theft of property taken from person < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487(c) – Theft of property taken from person < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(d)(1) – Grand theft of automobile value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(d)(1) – Theft of automobile value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487(d)(1) – Theft of automobile value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487(d)(2) – Grand theft of firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 487a(a) – Grand theft of animal value > $ 950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487a(a) – Theft of animal value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487a(a) – Theft of animal value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487a(b) – Grand theft of animal carcass value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487a(b) – Theft of animal carcass value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487a(b) – Theft of animal carcass value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487a(c) – Grand theft of animal carcass portion > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487a(c) – Theft of animal carcass portion < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487a(c) – Theft of animal carcass portion < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487b – Grand theft by converting >$950 of real estate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 487b – Theft of converting < $951 of real estate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487b – Theft of converting < $951 of real estate/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487c – Theft of converting <$250 of real estate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487d – Grand theft of gold dust, amalgam, etc > $950 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 487d – Theft of gold dust, amalgam, etc < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487d – Theft of gold dust, amalgam etc < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487e – Grand theft of dog value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487e – Theft of dog value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487e – Theft of dog value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487f – Theft of dog value < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487g – Theft of animals (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487h(a) – Grand theft of cargo value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487h(a) – Theft of cargo value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487h(a) – Theft of cargo value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487i – Grand theft of housing program > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487i – Theft of housing program < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487i – Theft of housing program < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487j – Grand theft of copper materials > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 487j – Theft of copper materials < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 487j – Theft of copper materials < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 488 – Petty theft (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 490.1(a) – Petty theft of $50 or less (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 490.1(a) – Petty theft of $50 or less (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 490.2(a) – Petty theft value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 490.2(a) – Petty theft value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 496(a) – Buy or receive stolen property value > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 496(a) – Buy or receive stolen property value < $951 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 496(a) – Buy or receive stolen property value < $951/dis47 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 496a(a) – Buy or receive stolen railroad/utility property (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 496c – Copy record of title without consent of owner (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 496d(a) – Purchase or receive stolen vehicle (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 496e(a) – Failure to report unlawful scrap metal (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 497 – Bring stolen property into state (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 498(b) – Unauthorized use of utility service (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 498(d) – Unauthorized use of utility service > $950 or with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 499(a) – Joyriding with prior auto theft (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 499(b) – Joyriding with 2 priors (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 499b(a) – Taking bicycle temporarily (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 499b(b) – Taking of vessel temporarily (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 499c – Theft of trade secrets (felony)

 

Penal Code § 499d – Steal or operate aircraft without consent of owner (felony)

 

Penal Code § 502(c) – Unauthorized computer access and fraud (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.5 – Removal of fixtures from mortgage property (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.6(a) – Use scanning device to read payment card strip (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 502.6(b) – use re-encoder to place info on payment strip (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 502.7(a)(1) – Charge telephone service to another without consent (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.7(a)(2) – Charge telephone service to non-existing number (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.7(a)(4) – Telephone service fraud/tampering with equipment (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.7(a)(5) – Telephone service fraud (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.7(b)(1) – Make/sell device to avoid/conceal telephone charge (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.7(b)(2) – Sell instructions of device to avoid telephone charge (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 502.8(a) – Advertise illegal telecommunications equipment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 502.8(b) – Possess/use illegal telecommunications equipment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 502.8(c) – Possess/use illegal telecommunications equipment with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 502.8(d) – Possess illegal telecommunications equipment to sell (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 502.8(e) – Possession of 10+ illegal telecommunications equipment to sell (felony)

 

Penal Code § 502.8(f) – Make 10+ illegal telecommunications equipment to sell (felony)

 

Penal Code § 503 – Embezzlement (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 504 – Embezzlement by police officer (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 504(a) – Embezzlement by lessee or bailee (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 506 – Embezzlement by fiduciaries of trust (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 508 – Embezzlement by clerk/agent/or servant (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 520 – Extortion (felony)

 

Penal Code § 520 – Extortion – gang related (felony)

 

Penal Code § 522 – Extort signature to transfer property (felony)

 

Penal Code § 523(a) – Extortion by written threat (felony)

 

Penal Code § 523(b)(1) – Extortion by introducing ransomware (felony)

 

Penal Code § 524 – Attempt or threaten to extort (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 528.5(a) – Falsely impersonate through internet website (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 528.5(d) – Falsely impersonate through internet website (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 529 – Falsely impersonate another (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 529.5(a) – Make/sell deceptive government documents (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 529.5(b) – Make/sell deceptive government documents with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 529.5(c) – Possess deceptive government documents (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(a) – Theft – personal ID information with unlawful use (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(c)(1) – Theft – personal ID info with intent to defraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(c)(2) – Theft – personal ID information with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(c)(3) – Theft – personal ID information 10+ people (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(d)(1) – Theft – sell personal ID information (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(d)(2) – Theft – sell personal ID information for unlawful use (felony)

 

Penal Code § 530.5(e) – Mail theft (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 532/487(a) – Obtain property by false pretenses (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 532a(1) – Make false written financial statement (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 532b(a) – False representation of military service (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 532(b)(b) – False claim by non–veteran with intent to defraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 532b(c)(1) – Wear military decoration with intent to defraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 532b(c)(2) – False claim by veteran with intent to defraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 532b(c)(2) – False claim by veteran with intent to defraud (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 532d(a) – Fraudulent solicitation of charitable contribution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 532f(a) – Mortgage fraud (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 532f(h) – Mortgage fraud (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 537(a)(1) – Defraud innkeeper of < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 537(a)(2) – Defraud innkeeper of > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 537e(a)(1) – Buy/sell <$950 property with serial number removed (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 537e(a)(2) – Buy/sell >$950 property with serial number removed (felony)

 

Penal Code § 537e(a)(3) – Buy/sell >$950 computer chip with serial number removed (felony)

 

Penal Code § 537e(a)(3) – Buy/sell <$950 computer chip with serial number removed (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538c(a) – Insert unauthorized advertisement into newspaper (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538d(a) – Misrepresent oneself as peace officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538d(b)(1) – Use peace officer badge to impersonate officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538d(b)(2) – Use deceptive badge to impersonate peace officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538d(c)(1) – Make/sell deceptive badge to impersonate officer (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538d(e)(2) – Unlawful sale of law enforcement uniform (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 538f – Impersonate public utility (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 548(a) – Defraud insurer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 548(b) – Enhance – defrauding insurer with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 549 – Solicit or refer for insurance fraud (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 549 – Solicit or refer for insurance with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(1) – Present false or fraudulent claim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(2) – Present multiple claims for same injury to defraud (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(3) – Participate in vehicular accident to defraud (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(4) – Present false claim for theft/damage of vehicle (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(5) – Make writing to support false/fraudulent claim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(6) – Present false or fraudulent health care claim > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(6) – Present false or fraudulent health care claim < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(7) – Submit claim for health care benefit not used > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(7) – Submit claim for health care benefit not used < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(8) – Multiple claims for same health care benefit > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(8) – Multiple claims for same health care benefit < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(9) – Present undercharge for payment > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(a)(9) – Present undercharge for payment < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 550(b)(1) – Present false statement to support insurance claim (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(b)(2) – Prepare false statement to support insurance claim (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(b)(3) – Conceal occurrence/amount of insurance benefit (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(b)(4) – Make false residence statement for vehicle insurance (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 550(e) – Enhance – insurance fraud with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(f) – Enhance – insurance fraud with 2 priors (felony)

 

Penal Code § 550(g) – Enhance – insurance fraud with serious bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 551 – Unlawful referral to auto repair dealer > $950 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 551 – Unlawful referral to auto repair dealer < $950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 555 – Enter/remain upon posted property without permission (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 587 – Injure or obstruct railroad tracks (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 587a – Tamper with brakes/appliances on railroad car/eng (misdemeneanor)

 

Penal Code § 587b – Ride railroad engine or train without authority (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 587c – Evade payment of railroad fare (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 591 – Injure/tap telegraph/telephone or cable TV lie (felony)

 

Penal Code § 591 – Cut electrical utility line (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 591.5 – Injure/remove wireless communication device (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593 – Injure electrical power line (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 593a(a) – Maliciously place iron/hard substance into tree (felony)

 

Penal Code § 593a(b) – Maliciously put iron/hard substance in tree with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 593b – Unauthorized tower or pole climbing (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593c – Interfere/obstruct flow of gas/hazardous liquid (felony)

 

Penal Code § 593d(a)(1) – Make or maintain unauthorized cable connection (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593d(a)(2) – Purchase unauthorized cable device or component (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593d(a)(3) – Make or maintain modified cable device (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593d(a)(4) – Make or maintain modified access device (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593d(b) – Possess 10 or more devices to decrypt cable signal (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 593d(b) – Possess 9 or less devices to decrypt cable signal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593d(b) – Possess 9 or less devices to decrypt cable signal with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 593d(c) – Make or maintain unauthorized connection (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 593e(a) – Make or possess cable television decoder (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594(a) – Felony vandalism (felony)

 

Penal Code § 594(a) – Vandalism (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594(b)(1) – Vandalism with damage of > $400 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 594(b)(2)(A) – Vandalism with damage of < $400 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594(b)(2)(B) – Vandalism with damage of < $400 with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594.1(b) – Purchase of aerosol container of paint by minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594.1(d) – Unauthorized carrying of aerosol paint container (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594.2 – Possession of graffiti/vandalism tools/substance (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 594.3 – Vandalism of place of worship or cemetery (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 594.4(a) – Vandalism by use of butyric acid/caustic substance (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 594.7 – Vandalism with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 594.37(a) – Picket at funeral (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597(a) – Kill, maim or abuse an animal (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 597(b) – Cruelty to an animal (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 597(c) – Cruelty to a protected/endangered species animal (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 597b(a) – Fight bulls/bears or animal other than dog (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597b(b) – Fight cock or worry/injure cock (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597b(c) – Fight animal or cock with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 597c – Act as spectator at animal fight (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597f – Animal neglect (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597i – Make/sell/or possess cock fighting implements (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597j(a) – Own/possess/train animal with intent of fighting (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597j(a) – Own/possess/train animal with intent of fighting with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597n(a) – Tail docking of horse or cattle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597u(a)(1) – Euthanasia of animal-carbon monoxide gas (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597u(a)(2) – Euthanasia of animal – intracardiac injection (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597u(b) – Euthanasia of dog/cat-unlawful act (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597u(b)(1) – Euthanasia of dog/cat-decompression chamber (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597u(b)(2) – Euthanasia of dog/cat–nitrogen gas (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597z – Sell dog under 8 weeks old (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597z – Sell dog under 8 weeks old (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 597.1(a) – Keep animal without proper care (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.4(a)(1) – Unlawful sale of live animal (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 597.4(a)(1) – Unlawful sale of live animal/endanger (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.4(a)(1) – Unlawful sale of live animal with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.4(a)(2) – Unlawful offer of live animal (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 597.4(a)(2) – Unlawful offer of live animal/endanger (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.4(a)(2) – Unlawful offer of live animal with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.5a – Train for/conduct/or attend dog fight (felony)

 

Penal Code § 597.5(b) – Knowingly attend dog fight (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.7(a) – Leave animal in vehicle (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 597.7(a) – Leave animal in vehicle with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.7(a) – Leave animal in vehicle with great bodily injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 597.9(a) – Possess animal unlawfully after conviction (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 597.9(b) – Possess animal unlawfully after conviction (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 597h(a) – Unlawful tying of animal to motor vehicle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(a) – Buy/sell/receive non-ambulatory animal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(b) – Process/butcher/sell meat of non-ambulatory animal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(c) – Hold non-ambulatory animal without euthanizing (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(d) – Hold non-ambulatory animal without vet treatment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(e) – Drag or push with equipment non-ambulatory animal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(f) – Sell/consign/ship non-ambulatory animal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 599f(g) – Accept non-ambulatory animal for transport (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 600(a) – Harm peace officer’s animal causing serious injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 600(a) – Harm peace officer’s animal causing injury (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 600(b) – Interfere with peace officer’s horse or dog (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 600(c) – Enhance – death/serious injury to officer’s animal (felony)

 

Penal Code § 600(d) – Enhance – serious injury to person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 601(a) – Trespass – threat of serious bodily injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 602(a) – Trespass – destroy timber of another (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(b) – Trespass – remove timber of another (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(c) – Trespass – injure or sever produce (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(d) – Trespass – dig/remove soil or stone (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(e) – Trespass – dig/remove stone of street (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(f) – Trespass – damage/destroy highway sign (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(g) – Trespass – injure/gather shellfish or oyster (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(h)(1) – Trespass – injure/gather farm animal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(i) – Trespass – damage fence/gate/signboard (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(j) – Trespass – build fire on land (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(k) – Trespass – intent to interfere with business (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(l)(1) – Trespass – refuse to leave upon order by owner (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(l)(2) – Trespass – damage or destroy posted sign (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(l)(3) – Trespass – tamper with lock on gate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(l)(4) – Trespass – discharge firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(m) – Trespass – enter and occupy property (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 602(m) – Trespass – enter and occupy property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(n) – Trespass – drive vehicle upon private property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(o) – Trespass – refuse/fail to leave private property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(p) – Trespass – enter closed lands (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(q) – Trespass – refuse or fail to leave building (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(r) – Trespass – ski in closed area (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(s) – Trespass – refuse to leave hotel/motel (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(t) – Trespass – enter and refuse to leave property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(u)(2)(A) – Trespass – airport or passenger vessel terminal (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 602(u)(2)(B) – Trespass – refuse to leave airport/vessel terminal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(u)(2)(C) – Trespass – airport or passenger vessel terminal with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(v)(1) – Trespass – refuse inspection in airport (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 602(v)(1) – Trespass – refuse inspection in airport with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(v)(2) – Trespass – cause evacuation of airport/vessel terminal (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(w) – Trespass – refuse to leave women’s shelter (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(x)(2)(A) – Trespass – maternity ward (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 602(x)(2)(B) – Trespass – refuse to leave maternity ward (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(x)(2)(C) – Trespass – maternity ward with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602(y) – Trespass – avoid public inspection (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.1(a) – Interfere/obstruct public business establishment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.4(a) – Unauthorized sales at airport (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.5(a) – Unauthorized entry of dwelling (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.5(b) – Unauthorized entry of dwelling while resident present (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.8(a) – Trespass – fenced area or posted land (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 602.8(a) – Trespass – fenced area or posted land with prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 602.8(a) – Trespass – fenced area or posted land with 2+ prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.9(a) – Unlawful renting of residential dwelling (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.9(b) – Unlawful renting of residential dwelling (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.10 – Obstruct teacher/student at college or university (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.13(a) – Trespass – enter into animal enclosure at zoo (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 602.13(a) – Trespass – enter into animal enclosure at zoo (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 603 – Vandalism of a dwelling (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 625b(b) – tamper with aircraft rendering it unsafe (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 625c – Tamper with transit vehicle with intent to cause GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.2(a) – Unlawful entry upon campus (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.2(b) – Unlawful entry upon campus with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.2(c) – Unlawful entry upon campus with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.6(a) – Campus/disruption by non-student/officer/employee (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.8(a) – Disruptive presence at school (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.8(a) – Disruptive presence at school with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.8(a) – Disruptive presence at school with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(b) – Possess firearm on school ground (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(b) – Possess firearm within 1000 feet of school (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(b) – Possess firearm within 1000 feet of school with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(b) – Possess firearm within 1000 feet of school with prior 23515 (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(b) – Possess firearm with 1000 feet of school with prior felony 16580 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(d) – Attempt/discharge firearm in school zone (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(d) – Attempt/discharge firearm in school zone with prior felony 16580 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(d) – Attempt/discharge firearm in school zone with prior felony 23515 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(h) – Possess loaded firearm on college grounds (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.9(i) – Possess firearm on college grounds (felony)

 

Penal Code § 626.10(a)(1) – Bring/possess weapon on grade school grounds (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 626.10(a)(2) – Bring/possess razor blade on grade school grounds (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.10(b) – Bring/possess weapon on college/university grounds (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 626.10(i) – Bring/possess less lethal weapon/college grounds (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.81(a) – Sex offender on school grounds (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.81(a) – Sex offender on school grounds with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.81(a) – Sex offender on school grounds with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.85(a) – Drug offender on school grounds (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.85(a) – Drug offender on school grounds with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.85(a) – Drug offender on school grounds with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 626.95(a) – Weapon possession – prohibited grounds (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 627.2 – Enter/remain on school grounds without registering (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 628 – Provide unlawful massage therapy certificate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 631 – Wiretapping (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 632 – Eavesdrop on/record confidential communication (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 632.5 – Intercept/receive cellular telephone communication (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 632.6 – Intercept/receive cordless telephone communication (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 634 – Trespass to commit invasion of privacy (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 635 – Make or sell an eavesdrop/intercept device (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 636 – Eavesdrop/record confidential conversation of inmate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 636(b) – Eavesdrop/record confidential conversation of inmate (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 637 – Wrongfully disclose telephonic communication (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 637.1 – Wrongfully obtain telephonic communication (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 637.7(a) – Invasion of privacy by electronic device (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 637.9(a) – Disclose personal info to business or sex offender (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 637.9(b) – Use personal information of child for commercial purpose (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 637.9(c) – Distribute personal information of child for use to abuse (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 638(a) – Purchase/sell telephone calling pattern record (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 638(a) – Purchase/sell telephone calling pattern record with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 638.51(a) – Telephone pen register or trap device (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 640(b) – Unlawful public transit activity (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 640(c) – Evasion of fare – public transit (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 640(c) – Evasion of fare – public transit 3+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 640.5(a) – Deface government entity with graffiti (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 640.6(a) – Deface property with graffiti causing > $250 damage (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 640.6(b) – Deface property with graffiti with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 640.6(c) – Deface property with graffiti with 2 priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 641.3(a) – Commercial bribery > $1000 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 641.3(a) – Commercial bribery < $1000 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 641.4 – Bribery of real estate broker by title company employee (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 642 – Grand theft from corpse (felony)

 

Penal Code § 642 – Petty theft from corpse (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 646.9(a) – Stalking with threat (felony)

 

Penal Code § 646.9(a) – Stalking (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 646.9(b) – Stalking in violation of court order (felony)

 

Penal Code § 646.9(c)(1) – Stalking with prior domestic offense (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 646.9(c)(2) – Stalking with prior felony conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 647(a) – Engage in/solicit lewd conduct in public place (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(b)(1) – Prostitution – receive compensation (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(b)(2) – Prostitution – provide compensation (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(b)(3) – Prostitution – provide compensation to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(c) – Begging or solicit alms (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(d) – Loiter around public toilet for lewd activity (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(e) – Unauthorized lodging in building or vehicle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(f) – Under the influence of alcohol/drug in public (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(h) – Loiter/prowl/wander upon private property (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(i) – Peeking while loitering/prowling/wandering (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(1) – Peeking into bathroom/dressing/tanning (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(1) –Peeking into bathroom/dressing/tanning with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(1) – Peeking into bathroom/dressing/tanning with minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(2) – Video or photograph person in undergarments (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(2) – Video or photograph person in undergarments with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(2) – Video or photograph minor in undergarments (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(3)(A) – Video or photograph person inside room (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(3)(A) – Video or photograph person inside room with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(3)(A) – Video or photograph minor inside room (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(4)(A) – Distribute nude images with intent to humiliate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(4)(A) – Distribute nude images with intent to humiliate with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(4)(A) – Distribute nude images with intent to humiliate/minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(4)(B) – Personally distribute nude image/humiliate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(4)(B) – Personally distribute nude images/humiliate with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(j)(4)(B) – Personally distribute nude images/humiliate/minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647(m)(1) – Prostitution soliciting a minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647b – Loiter around adult school (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647c – Obstruct movement on street or public place (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647f – Prostitution with prior conviction and positive AIDS test (felony)

 

Penal Code § 647.6(a)(1) – Child molesting (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 647.6(a)(2) – Child molesting – victim believed to be < 18 years (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 648 – Utter and pass counterfeit paper with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 648 – Utter and pass counterfeit paper (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 652(a) – Body piercing on person under 18 (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 653b(a) – Loitering about schools/public places (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653b(b)(1) – Sex offender loitering about schools (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653b(b)(2) – Sex offender loitering about schools with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653b(b)(3) – Sex offender loitering about schools with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653f(a) – Solicitation to commit felony not including murder (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 653f(b) – Solicitation to commit murder (felony)

 

Penal Code § 653f(c) – Solicitation to commit sex crime by force/violence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 653f(d)(1) – Solicitation to commit drug offense (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653f(d)(1) – Solicitation to commit drug offense with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 653f(d)(1) – Solicitation to commit drug offense with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653f(e) – Solicitation to commit health care fraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653f(e) – Solicitation to commit health care fraud with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 653(f)(1) – Solicitation to commit computer fraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653(f)(1) – Solicitation to commit computer fraud with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653f(f)(2) – Solicit assistance to commit computer fraud (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653f(f)(2) – Solicit assistance to commit computer fraud with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653h(b) – Illegally transfer/transport >1000 sound recording (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 653h(c) – Illegally transfer/transport sound recording with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 653h(d) – Sell illegal sound recording with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 653j(a) – Solicit minor to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 653m(a) – Harass by telephone (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653m(b) – Repeated harassment by telephone (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653o(a) – Unlawful import of dead animal for commercial purposes (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653q – Import or possess dead seals for commerce (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653t – Interfere with emergency citizens band radio frequency with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 653t – Interfere with emergency citizens band frequency (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653w(a) – Fail to disclose recording/audiovisual work origin (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 653y(a) – Unlawful use of 911 telephone system (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 653y(a) – Unlawful use of 911 telephone system with prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 653y(a) – Unlawful use of 911 telephone system with 2 priors (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 653y(a) – Unlawful use of 911 telephone system with 3+ priors (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 653aa(a) – Dissemination of commercial recordings (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653aa(b) – Dissemination of commercial recording by minor with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653aa(b) – Dissemination of commercial recording by minor (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 653.2(a) – Electronically distribute harassing material (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653.22(a)(1) – Loiter with intent to commit prostitution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653.22(a)(1) – Direct/supervise/recruit another for prostitution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 653.23(a)(2) – Collect proceeds earned from act of prostitution (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 654.1 – Provide transportation without permit (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 654.1 – Provide transportation without permit – 1 prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 654.1 – Provide transportation without permit – 2 priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 666(a) – Petty theft with unspecified prior convictions (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 666.5(a) – Vehicle theft with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667(a)(1) – Enhance – prior serious felony conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667(e) – Enhance – prior strike(s) conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.10(a) – Enhance – sex pen – vulnerable (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.15(a) – Enhance – exhibit sexual photo to minor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.15(b) – Enhance – exhibit sexual photo to minor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.16(a) – Enhance – fraud after disaster (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.17 – Enhance – impersonate with felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.5(a) – Enhance – violent felony with violent felony with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.5(b) – Enhance – prior prison term (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.5(c) – Violent felony allegation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.51(a) – Enhance – 288/288.5 conviction with sex prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.51(c) – Enhance – 288/288.5 conviction with 2+ sex priors (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.6(a) – Enhance – sex offense with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.6(b) – Enhance – violent sex offense with 2+ priors (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(a) – Life for sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(b) – Life for sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(h) – Probation denial – sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(j)(1) – LWOP for sex offense victim < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(j)(2) – Life for sex offense victim < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(l) – LWOP for sex offense victim 14-17 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(m) – Life for sex offense victim 14-17 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.61(a)(1) – Habitual offender with 2 prior prison terms (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.7(a)(2) – Habitual offender with 3+ prior prison terms (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.71(b) – Habitual sexual offender (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.75 – Drug offender with 2+ prior prison terms for drugs (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.8(a) – Enhance – kidnapping for sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.8(b) – Enhance – kidnapping for sex offense with victim < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.85 – Enhance – kidnapping victim < 14 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 667.9(a) – Enhance – violence on victim > 65 years disabled with < 14 years

 

Penal Code § 667.9(b) – Enhance – violence on victim > 65 years disabled < 14 years with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 670(c) – Enhance – fraud committed after disaster (felony)

 

Penal Code § 674(a) – Enhance – sex offense by day care provider (felony)

 

Penal Code § 674(b) – Enhance – sex crime by day care provider in concert (felony)

 

Penal Code § 675(a) – Enhance – sex crime for money (felony)

 

Penal Code § 830.95(a) – Wear peace officer uniform while picketing (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 836.6(a) – Escape from custody (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 836.6(b) – Escape from arrest (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 836.6(c) – Escape from custody causing injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 836.6(c) – Escape from arrest causing injury (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 853.7 – Failure to appear on written promise to appear (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 1170.12(a)(2) – Probation denial – felony conviction with prior strike(s) (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1170.12(c) – Enhancement for prior strike(s) convictions (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1192.7(c) – Serious felony allegation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(1) – Probation restrict – violence/armed with deadly weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(2) – Probation restrict – use of a deadly weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(3) – Probation restrict – infliction of GBI or torture (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(4) – Probation restrict – 2 prior felony convictions (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(5) – Probation restrict – violent felony conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(6) – Probation restrict – violent felony with prior felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(6)(A) – Probation restrict – violent felony with firearm and prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(6)(B) – Probation restrict – violent felony with deadly weapon and prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(6)(C) – Probation restrict – violent felony with GBI and prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(7) – Probation restrict – crime by public official/officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(8) – Probation restrict – furnishing phencyclidine (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(9) – Probation restrict – arson or arson with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(10) – Probation restrict – drive by shooting with GBI/death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(11) – Probation restrict – short barrell gun/machine gun (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(12) – Probation restrict – W & I 8101 conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(e)(13) – Probation restrict – violating firearm restriction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203(k) – Probation denial – violent/serious felony while of felony probation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.045(a) – Probation restrict – theft of >$100k (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.045 – Probation restrict – theft of >$100k (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.046 – Probation restrict – solicit minor to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.047 – Probation restrict – no computer use (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.048 – Probation restrict – computer related crime (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.049(a) – Probation restrict – food stamp fraud (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.055(c) – Probation denial – public transit offense with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.055(a) – Probation restrict – some confinement (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.06(a)(1) – Probation denial – violent offense with firearm use (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.06(a)(2) – Probation denial – violent offense with firearm use with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.06(a)(3) – Probation denial – aggravated arson conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.065(a) – Probation denial – violent sexual offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.065(b)(1) – Probation restrict – specific sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(1) – Probation denial – PC 288 conviction with force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(2) – Probation denial – PC 288 conviction with injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(3) – Probation denial – PC 288 by stranger conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(4) – Probation denial – PC 288 conviction with weapon use (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(5) – Probation denial – sex offense with prior sex conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(6) – Probation denial – PC 288 conviction with kidnap of child (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(7) – Probation denial – PC 288 conviction of >1 victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(8) – Probation denial – PC 288 with substantial sex <14 victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(a)(9) – Probation denial – PC 288 with use of pornography (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.066(d)(1) – Probation restrict – special findings (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.067(a) – Probation restrict – evaluation and hearing (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(1) – Probation denial – possessing >14.25 g heroin (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(2) – Probation denial – selling >14.25 g heroin (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(3) – Probation of denial – poss/sell heroin with 1+ same prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(4) – Probation denial – poss for sale >14.25 g PCP (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(5) – Probation denial – transporting PCP for sale (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(6) – Probation denial – selling PCP (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(7) – Probation denial – manufacturing PCP (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(8) – Probation denial – using minor for drug activity (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(9) – Probation denial – using minor in PCP activity (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(10) – Probation denial – possession of PCP chemicals (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.07(a)(11) – Probation denial – drug offense with drug prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(1) – Probation restrict – poss for sale >28.5 g cocaine (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(2) – Probation restrict – poss for sale >1 oz meth (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(3) – Probation restrict – manufacturing controlled substance (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(4) – Probation restrict – using minor to make/sell drug (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(5) – Probation restrict – poss for sale >14 g cocaine (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(6) – Probation restrict – poss of cocaine base for sale (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(7) – Probation restrict – sale of cocaine base (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.073(b)(8) – Probation restrict – poss of meth for sale with meth

 

Penal Code § 1203.074(b) – Probation restrict – H&S 11366.6 conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a) – Probation denial – crime committed with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(1) – Probation denial – murder with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(2) – Probation denial – robbery with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(3) – Probation denial – kidnap 207 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(4) – Probation denial – PC 288 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(5) – Probation denial – burglary 460 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(6) – Probation denial – rape with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(7) – Probation denial – PC 220 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(8) – Probation denial – escape with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(9) – Probation denial – PC 289 or 264.1 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(10) – Probation denial – PC 286 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(11) – Probation denial – PC 288a with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(12) – Probation denial – PC 215 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(13) – Probation denial – PC 288.5 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.075(a)(14) – Probation denial – PC 269 with GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.08 – Probation denial – prior felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.085(a) – Probation denial – other offenses (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.085(b) – Probation denial – other offenses (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.09(a&b) – Probation denial – crime with GBI/>60 year/disabled victim (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.09(f) – Probation restrict – violent crime on victim > 60 (felony)

 

Penal Code § 1203.2 – Violation of probation (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 1320(a) – Failure to appear (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 1320(b) – Fail to appear after release on own recognizance (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 1320.5 – Failure to appear after bail on felony (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 2042 – Attempted escape/escape from DVI (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 2772 – Interfere with prisoner or supply cs or weapon (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 2790 – Interfere with convict or supply cs or weapon (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 3003.6(a) – Sex offender working in foster care home (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 4011.7 – Escape from hospital by prisoner with force (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4133 – Escape from industrial farm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4500 – Assault with deadly weapon by life prisoner/death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4501(a) – Assault with deadly weapon/prisoner not serving life sentence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4501(b) – Assault w/force/gbi/prisoner not serving life sent (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4501.1 – Battery by inmate on prison officer/employee by gassing (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4501.5 – Battery by inmate on person not a prisoner (felony)

Penal Code § 4502(a) – Possession of dangerous weapon by inmate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4502(b) – Manufacture dangerous weapon by inmate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4503 – Holding of hostage within prison by inmate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4530 – Holding of hostage within prison by inmate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4530(a) – Attempt to escape/escape from prison by force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4530(b) – Attempt to escape/escape from prison without force (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4530(c) – Escape by inmate by failure to return from release (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4532(a)(1) – Escape by non-felon prisoner from jail or farm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4532(a)(2) – Escape by non-felon inmate from jail/farm with force (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4532(b)(1) – Escape by felony inmate from jail or farm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4532(b)(2) – Escape by felony inmate from jail or farm with force (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4532(c)(1) – Probation restrict – escape during transport (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4533 – Aid escape of prisoner by officer (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4534 – Assist escape by prisoner whose parole is revoked (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4535 – Carry item useful for escape into prison or jail (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4536(a) – Escape from mental health facility (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4550(a) – Rescue capital prisoner (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4550(b) – Rescue non capital prisoner (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 4570 – Unlawful communication with prisoner (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 4571 – Unauthorized entry on prison/jail grounds by ex-convict (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4573 – Smuggle controlled substance into prison or jail (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4573.5 – Bring drugs or alcohol into penal institution (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4573.6 – Possess drugs where prisoners are kept (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4573.8 – Possess drugs or paraphernalia in prison or jail (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4573.9 – Sell drugs to state prison inmate (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4574(a) – Smuggle firearm/deadly weapon/explosive in prison (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4574(b) – Smuggle tear gas into prison with release of tear gas (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4574(c) – Smuggle tear gas into prison or jail (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 4575(a) – Possess wireless device in jail/prison (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 4575(b) – Possess tobacco products in jail/prison (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 4575(d) – Possess handcuff key in jail/prison (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 4576(a) – Possess wireless device to deliver to inmate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 4600 – Damage to prison or jail property (felony)

 

Penal Code § 4600 – Damage to prison or jail property of <$950 (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 11411(a) – Terrorize by displaying noose (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 11411(b) – Terrorize by displaying swastika (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 11411(c) – Terrorize by displaying swastika on >2 occasions (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 11411(d) – Terrorize by burning cross (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 11412 – Religious terrorism (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11413 – Use of explosives in acts of terrorism (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11414(a) – Terrorize by harassment about employment (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 11414(a) – Terrorize by harassment about employment with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 11414(a) – Terrorize by harassment about employment with prior + (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 11418(a)(1) – Possess weapon of mass destruction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(a)(2) – Possess weapon of mass destruction with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(b)(1) – Use of weapon of mass destruction causing injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(b)(2) – Use of weapon of mass destruction causing death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(b)(3) – Use of weapon of mass destruction to harm food/water (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(b)(4) – Use weapon of mass destruction against animals (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(c) – Use weapon of mass destruction to damage resources (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(d)(1) – Create new pathogens to cause widespread damage (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418(d)(2) – Create new pathogens to damage to resources (felony)

 

Penal Code § 11418.5(a) – Threaten to use weapon of mass destruction (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 11419(a) – Possess restricted biological agents (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12021.5(a) – Enhance – street gang crime with firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12021.5(b) – Enhance – street gang crime with firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022(a)(1) – Enhance – armed with firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022(a)(2) – Enhance – armed with assault weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022(b)(1) – Enhance – use of deadly weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022(b)(2) – Enhance – deadly weapon used to carjack (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022(c) – Enhance – armed with firearm in drug offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022(d) – Enhance – knowledge of firearm in drug offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.1 – Enhance – offense committed while on bail (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.2(a) – Enhance – possession of armor piercing ammo (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.2(b) – Enhance – wearing body vest in violent offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.3(a) – Enhance – using deadly weapon in sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.3(b) – Enhance – armed with deadly weapon in sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.4(a) – Enhance – supplying firearm to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.5(a) – Enhance – use of firearm to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.5(b) – Enhance – use of assault weapon to commit felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.6(a)(1) – Enhance – damage to property >$65k (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.6(a)(2) – Enhance – damage to property >$200k (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.6(a)(3) – Enhance – damage to property >$1.3M (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.6(a)(4) – Enhance – damage to property >$3.2M (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.7(a) – Enhance – infliction of great bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.7(b) – Enhance – GBI causing coma/paralysis (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.7(c) – Enhance – GBI inflicted on victim >70 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.7(d) – Enhance – infliction of GBI on child < 5 years (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.7(e) – Enhance – GBI in a domestic violence (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.8 – Enhance – infliction of GBI during sexual offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.9 – Enhance – GBI causing termination of pregnancy (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.53(b) – Enhance – use of firearm in violent offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.53(c) – Enhance – discharging firearm in violent offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.53(d) – Enhance – firearm discharge with GBI in violent offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.53(g) – Probation denial – PC 12022.53 violation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.55 – Enhance – shooting from vehicle with GBI/death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.75(a) – Enhance – forcibly administer drug (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.75(b)(1) – Enhance – forcibly administer drug with sex offense (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.85(a) – Enhance – rape while knowing HIV positive (felony)

 

Penal Code § 12022.95 – Enhance – corporal injury to child causing death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 14029.5(a)(1) – Unlawful disclosure of personal information (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 14166 – Money laundering (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 17500 – Possess deadly weapon with intent to assault (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 17510(a) – Carry weapon/firearm while picketing (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 17512 – Permit firearm in vehicle by driver (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 18710(a) – Possess destructive device (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 18715 – Possess destructive device in public place (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18720 – Intend to make destructive device without permit (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18725 – Place destructive device on public transportation (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18735 – Sell/possess/transport fixed ammunition with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 18740 – Explode destructive device with intent to injure (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18745 – Explode destructive device with intent to murder (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18750 – Explode destructive device causing bodily injury (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18755(a) – Explode destructive device causing death (felony)

 

Penal Code § 18755(b) – Explode destructive device causing mayhem/GBI (felony)

 

Penal Code § 19100 – Carry concealed explosive substance (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 19200(a) – Illegal weapon – metal military/grenade/gang (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 19200(a) – Illegal weapon – metal military/grenade (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 19405 – Sell less lethal weapon to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 19910 – Sell BB device to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 19915 – Furnish BB device to minor without parental consent (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 20010 – Possess blowgun or blowgun ammo (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 20110(a) – Place or maintain boobytrap device (felony)

 

Penal Code § 20110(b) – Possess device with intent to use a boobytrap (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 20150 – Alter markings on imitation firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 20155 – Fail to comply with imitation firearm requirements (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 20170(a) – Public display of imitation firearm (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 20170(a) – Public display of imitation firearm with prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 20170(a) – Public display of imitation firearm with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 20310 – Illegal weapon – air gauge knife (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 20410 – Illegal weapon – belt buckle knife (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 20510 – Illegal weapon – cane sword (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 20610 – Illegal weapon – lipstick case knife (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 20710 – Illegal weapon – shobi-zue (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 20810 – Commercially manufacture undetectable knife (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 20910 – Illegal weapon – writing pen knife (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 21110 – Illegal weapon – ballistic knife (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 21310 – Illegal weapon – dirk or dagger (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 21510(a) – Possess switch-blade knife (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 21510(b) – Carry switch-blade knife (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 21510(c) – Sell/load switch-blade knife (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 21710 – Manufacture composite or hard wooden knuckles (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 21810 – Illegal weapon – metal knuckles (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 22010 – Illegal weapon – nunchaku (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 22210 – Illegal weapon – leaded cane/billyclub/blackjack (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 22410 – Illegal weapon – shuriken (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 22610 – Unlawful possession of stun gun (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 22610 – Unlawful possession of stun gun with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 22615 – Unlawful manufacture of stun gun (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 22625 – Sell stun gun without manual (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 22610(g)(1) – Illegal use of tear gas or tear gas weapon (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 22900 – Possess/sell/transport tear gas (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 22910(a) – Alter or deface identifying mark on tear gas weapon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 23635 – Sell firearm without safety device/warning label (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 26340 – Sell firearm without warning label on packaging (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 23900 – Alter or deface identifying mark on firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 23920 – Possess/sell firearm with ID mark removed/altered (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 24310 – Illegal weapon – camouflage firearm container (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 24410 – Illegal weapon – cane gun (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 24510 – Illegal weapon – unrecognizable firearm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 24610 – Illegal weapon – undetectable firearm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 24710 – Illegal weapon – wallet gun (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25100(a) – Criminal storage of firearm – 1st degree (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25100(b) – Criminal storage of firearm – 2nd degree (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25100(c) – Criminal storage of firearm – 3rd degree (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25110(a) – Criminal storage of firearm – 1st degree (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25110(b) – Criminal storage of firearm – 2nd degree (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25110(c) – Criminal storage of firearm – 3rd degree (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25135(a) – Criminal storage of firearm – prohibited person (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25140(a) – Handgun unlawfully stored in unattended vehicle (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25200(a) – Keep firearm accessible to minor and taken by minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25200(b) – Keep firearm accessible to minor and taken to school (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25250(a) – Fail to report lost or stolen firearm (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25250(a) – Fail to report lost or stolen firearm with prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25250(a) – Fail to report lost or stolen firearm with 2+ prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25275(a) – False report of lost or stolen firearm (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25275(a) – False report of lost or stolen firearm with prior (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25300 – Public firearm possession while masked (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25400(a)(1) – Carry concealed firearm within vehicle (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 24500(a)(1) – Carry concealed firearm within vehicle with prior firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25400(a)(2) – Carry concealed firearm upon person (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25400(a)(2) – Carry concealed firearm upon person with prior firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25400(a)(3) – Concealed firearm in vehicle by occupant with prior firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(1) – Carry concealed firearm by felon (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(1) – Carry concealed firearm by felon/prior firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(2) – Carry concealed stolen firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(2) – Carry concealed stolen firearm/prior firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(3) – Carry concealed firearm by gang member (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(3) – Carry concealed firearm by gang member prior firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(4) – Carry concealed firearm by prohibited person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(4) – Carry concealed firearm by prohibited person with prior firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(5) – Concealed firearm against person/drug (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(5) – Concealed firearm against person/drug with prior firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(6) – Concealed loaded firearm by nonregistered owner (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25400(c)(6) – Concealed loaded firearm by nonregistered owner with prior firearm (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25452 – Gun unlawfully stored in unattended vehicle/peace officer (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25612 – Gun unlawfully stored in unattended vehicle (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 25800 – Armed criminal action (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm with prior conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded stolen firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 28580(a) – Carry loaded stolen firearm with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm by street gang member (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm by street gang member with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm by prohibited person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm by prohibited person with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm/crime against person/drug (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm/crime against (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm/crime against person/drug with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm by nonregistered owner (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(a) – Carry loaded firearm by nonregistered owner with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(1) – Carry loaded firearm with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(1) – Carry loaded firearm with prior felony conviction (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(2) – Carry loaded stolen firearm (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(2) – Carry loaded stolen firearm with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(3) – Carry loaded firearm by street gang member (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(3) – Carry loaded firearm by street gang member with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(4) – Carry loaded firearm by prohibited person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(4) – Carry loaded firearm by prohibited person with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(5) – Carry loaded firearm/crime against person/drug (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(5) – Carry loaded firearm/crime against person/drug with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(6) – Carry loaded firearm by nonregistered owner (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(6) – Carry loaded firearm by nonregistered owner with prior (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 25850(c)(7) – Carry loaded firearm (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 26100(a) – Permit firearm in vehicle by driver (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 26100(b) – Permit discharge of firearm from vehicle (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 26100(c) – Discharge firearm from a vehicle at person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 26100(d) – Discharge firearm from a vehicle (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 26180(a) – File false CW permit application (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 26180(b) – False statement on CW application (felony)

 

Penal Code § 26400(a) – Carry unloaded firearm unlawfully (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 26400(a) – Carry unloaded firearm unlawfully/ammo (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 26500 – Sell/transfer firearm without license (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27200(a) – Gun show without certificate (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27200(c) – Fail to notify change in gun show information (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27205 – Fail to provide information to law enforcement (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27215 – Fail to inform venders of requirements (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27220(a) – Fail to submit vendor list (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27235 – Gun show – missing written contract with vendors (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27240(a) – Gun show – failure to post signs (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27240(b) – Gun show – failure to post no transfer signs (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27245(a) – Gun show – failure to comply with gun show laws (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27245(b) – Gun show – failure to post signs (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27305 – Gun show – vendor without written certificate (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27305 – Gun show – vendor without written certificate with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27305 – Gun show – vendor without written certificate/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27310 – Gun show – incompliant gun transfer (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27310 – Gun show – incompliant gun transfer with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27310 – Gun show – incompliant gun transfer/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27315 – Gun show – display of ammunition (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27315 – Gun show – display of ammunition with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27315 – Gun show – display of ammunition/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27320 – Gun show – info req from vendor (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27320 – Gun show – info req from vendor with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27320 – Gun show – info req from vendor/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27325 – Gun show – missing name tag (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27325 – Gun show – missing name tag with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27325 – Gun show – missing name tag/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27330 – Gun show – possess firearm/ammo at show (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27330 – Gun show – possess firearm/ammo at show with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27330 – Gun show – possess firearm/ammo at show/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27335 – Gun show – minor without parent at gun show (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27335 – Gun show – minor without parent at gun show with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27335 – Gun show – minor without parent at show/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27340(a) – Gun show – fail to sign gun tag (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27340(a) – Gun show – fail to sign gun with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27340(a) – Gun show – fail to sign gun tag/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27340(b) – Gun show – bring gun unlawfully (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27340(b) – Gun show – bring gun unlawfully with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27340(b) – Gun show – bring gun unlawfully/knowingly (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27345 – Gun show – fail to present photo ID (infraction)

 

Penal Code § 27345 – Gun show – fail to present photo ID with prior (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27500(a) – Sell firearm to prohibited person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(a) – Sell firearm to prohibited person with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(a) – Sell firearm to prohibited person /gang (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(a) – Sell firearm to prohibited person with prior felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(a) – Prohibited person sell firearm to prohibited person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(b) – Sell firearm to prohibited person (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 27500(b) – Sell firearm to prohibited person with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(b) – Sell firearm to prohibited person/gang (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(b) – Sell firearm to prohibited person with prior felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27500(b) – Prohibited person sell firearm to prohibited person (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27505 – Sale of handgun to minor (wobbler)

 

Penal Code § 27505 – Sale of firearm to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27505 – Sale of firearm to minor with prior (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27505 – Sale of firearm to minor/gang (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27505 – Sale of firearm to minor with prior felony (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27505 – Prohibited person sell firearm to minor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell handgun to minor (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell handgun to minor (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell firearm to minor (not handgun) (misdemeanor)

 

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell firearm to minor with knowledge (felony)

 

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell firearm to minor with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell firearm to minor/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27510 – Dealer sell firearm to minor/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27510 – Prohibited person as dealer firearm sale to minor (felony)

Penal Code § 27515 – Give firearm to non-purchaser (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27515 – Give firearm to non-purchaser with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27515 – Give firearm to non-purchaser/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27515 – Give firearm to non-purchaser with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27515 – Prohibited person give firearm to non-purchaser (felony)

Penal Code § 27520 – Acquire firearm with intent to illegally sell (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27520 – Acquire firearm with intent to illegally sell with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27520 – Acquire firearm with intent to illegally sell/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27520 – Acquire firearm with intent to illegally sell with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27520 – Prohibited per acquire firearm with intent to illegally sell (felony)

Penal Code § 27525 – Dealer non-compliance with report requirements (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27525 – Dealer non-compliance with report requirements/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27525 – Dealer non-compliance with report requirements with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27525 – Dealer non-compliance with report requirements with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27525 – Prohibited per dealer non–compliance with report requirements (felony)Penal Code § 27530 – Firearm transfer with missing requirements (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27530 – Firearm transfer with missing requirements with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27530 – Firearm transfer with missing requirements/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27530 – Firearm transfer with missing requirements/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27530 – Prohibited person firearm transfer with missing requirements (felony)

Penal Code § 27535 – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days (infraction)

Penal Code § 27535 – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days with prior (infraction)

Penal Code § 27535 – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days with 2+ prior (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27535 – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27535 – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27535 – Prohibited person apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(a) – Deliver handgun within 10 days of application (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27540(a) – Deliver firearm within 10 days of application with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(a) – Deliver firearm within 10 days of application/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(a) – Deliver firearm within 10 days of application with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(a) – Deliver firearm within 10 days of application (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27540(a) – Prohibited person deliver firearm within 10 days of application (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(b) – Dealer fail to comply with delivery requirement with ammo (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27540(b) – Dealer fail to comply with delivery requirement with ammo with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(b) – Dealer fail to comply with delivery requirement with ammo/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(b) – Dealer fail to comply with delivery requirement with ammo/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(b) – Prohibited person dealer fail to comply with delivery requirement with ammo (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(c) – Deliver handgun without ID/proof of age (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27540(c) – Deliver firearm without ID/proof of age (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27540(c) – Deliver firearm without ID/proof of age with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(c) – Deliver firearm without ID/proof of age/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(c) – Deliver firearm without ID/proof of age/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(c) – Prohibited person deliver firearm without ID/proof of age (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(d) – Deliver handgun to prohibited person (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27540(d) – Deliver firearm to prohibited person (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27540(d) – Deliver firearm to prohibited person with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(d) – Deliver firearm to prohibited person/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(d) – Deliver firearm to prohibited person with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(d) – Prohibited person deliver firearm to prohibited person (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(e) – Deliver handgun to person without safety cert (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27540(e) – Deliver handgun to person without safety cert with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(e) – Deliver handgun to person without safety cert/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(e) – Deliver handgun to person without safety certificate with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(e) – Prohibited person deliver handgun to person without safety certificate (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(f) – Deliver handgun within 30 days of another application (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27540(f) – Deliver handgun within 30 days of another application with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(f) – Deliver handgun within 30 days of another application/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(f) – Deliver handgun within 30 days of another application with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27540(f) – Prohibited person deliver handgun within 30 days of another application (felony)

Penal Code § 27545 – Non-handgun firearm transfer without dealer license (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27545 – Handgun transfer without dealer license (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27545 – Firearm transaction without dealer license with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 25745 – Firearm transaction without dealer license/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27545 – Firearm transaction without dealer license/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27545 – Prohibited person firearm transaction without dealer license (felony)

Penal Code § 27550 – Firearm transfer – illegal collusion (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27550 – Firearm transfer – illegal collusion with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27550 – Firearm transfer – illegal collusion/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27550 – Firearm transfer – illegal collusion/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27550 – Prohibited person firearm transfer – illegal collusion (felony)

Penal Code § 27555 – Firearm transfer for sale via internet (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27555 – Firearm transfer for sale via internet with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27555 – Firearm transfer for sale via internet/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27555 – Firearm transfer for sale via internet with prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27555 – Prohibited person firearm transfer for sale via internet (felony)

Penal Code § 27560 – Illegal import of firearm (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27560 – Illegal import of firearm/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27560 – Illegal import of firearm/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27560 – Prohibited person illegal import of firearm (felony)

Penal Code § 27565 – Illegal transfer of curio/relic firearm (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27565 – Illegal transfer of curio/relic firearm/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27565 – Illegal transfer of curio/relic firearm/prior felony (felony)

Penal Code § 27565 – Prohibited per illegal transfer of curio/relic firearm (felony)

Penal Code § 27585 – Illegal firearm transportation (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(a) – Illegal firearm transfer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 27590(b)(1) – Illegal firearm transfer to prohibited person (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(b)(2) – Illegal firearm transfer with prior (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(b)(3) – Illegal firearm transfer/prior violent/machine gun/silencer (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(b)(4) – Illegal firearm transfer/def is prohibited person (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(b)(5) – Illegal firearm transfer/gang (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(b)(6) – Transfer firearm to minor (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(1) – Illegal firearm transfer – prohibited person/not buyer/sale (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(2) – Illegal handgun transfer/minor (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(3) – Dealer selling handgun to minor (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(4) – Illegal firearm transfer – breach of requirements (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(5) – Illegal firearm transfer without license (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(6) – Illegal firearm transfer – collusion (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(c)(7) – Illegal firearm transportation (wobbler)

Penal Code § 27590(d) – Enhance – unlawful transfer of firearm (felony)

Penal Code § 27590(e)(1) – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days (infraction)

Penal Code § 27590(e)(2) – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days with prior (infraction)

Penal Code § 27590(e)(3) – Apply to buy more than 1 handgun within 30 days with 2+ priors (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 28070 – Illegal transfer by dealer/owner (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 28100 – Failure to keep record of firearm transfer (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 28210 – False information given to register (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 28210 – False information given to register/prohibited person (wobbler)

Penal Code § 28215 – Furnish fictitious firearm registration information (felony)

Penal Code § 28215 – Furnish fictitious firearm registration information/prohibited person (wobbler)

Penal Code § 28250(a) – False information given to register (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 28250(b) – False information given to register/prohibited person (wobbler)

Penal Code § 28455 – Knowingly furnish false information (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 28465 – Import gun from unlicensed source (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 29010 – Unlawful manufacture of firearm (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 29525 – Knowingly furnish false information on permit (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 29610 – Minor in possession of firearm (wobbler)

Penal Code § 29800(a)(1) – Possess firearm by felon (felony)

Penal Code § 29800(a)(2) – Possess firearm with two brandishing convictions (felony)

Penal Code § 29800(b) – Possess firearm by felon certified from juvi court (felony)

Penal Code § 29805 – Possess firearm by misdemeanant <10 years of conviction (wobbler)

Penal Code § 29815(a) – Possession of firearm in violation of probation (felony)

Penal Code § 29820 – Possession of firearm by juvenile ward (wobbler)

Penal Code § 29825(a) – Purchase firearm by subject of a protective order (wobbler)

Penal Code § 29825(b) – Possess firearm by subject of a protective order (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 29900(a) – Possess firearm by violent felon (felony)

Penal Code § 29900(b) – Possess firearm by violent felon tried as adult (felony

Penal Code § 30105 – Improper firearm eligibility check (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30210(a) – Manufacture/import/sell/possess flechette ammo (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30210(b) – Manufacture/import/sell/possess bullet with exp agent (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30300(a)(1) – Sale of ammunition to minor < 18 years (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30300(a)(2) – Sale of handgun ammunition to person < 21 years (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30300(a)(3) – Give ammunition to prohibited person (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30305(a)(1) – Possession of ammunition by prohibited person (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30305(b)(1) – Gang offender in possession of ammunition (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30306(a) – Unlawful transfer of ammunition (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30306(b) – Sale of ammunition to person acting as agent (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30310 – Carry ammunition onto school grounds (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30312 – Illegal transfer of handgun ammo (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30315 – Possess armor-piercing ammunition (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30320 – Transport armor penetrating ammo (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30352(a) – Lack of delivery record by gun vendor (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30355 – Fail to keep records by gun vendor (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30360 – False entry of records by gun vendor (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30362 – Refusal to allow inspection/use of records (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30600(a) – Transport assault weapon/.50 BGM (felony)

Penal Code § 30600(b) – Enhance – sale/transfer assault weapon to minor (felony)

Penal Code § 30605 – Possess assault weapon (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30610 – Possess .50 BGM rifle (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 30720 – Fail to relinquish an SKS rifle (wobbler)

Penal Code § 30725(b) – Fail to relinquish an SKS rifle (wobbler)

Penal Code § 31360 – Possess body armor – prior violent felony conviction (felony)

Penal Code § 31500 – Illegal weapon – unconventional piston (wobbler)

Penal Code § 31615(a) – Sell/purchase handgun without safety certificate (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 31620 – Alter handgun safety certificate (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 32000(a) – Manufacture unsafe handgun (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 32000(c)(2)(A) – Unsafe handgun unlawfully in unattended vehicle (infraction)

Penal Code § 32310(a) – Manufacture large capacity mag (Prop 36 version) (wobbler)

Penal Code § 32310(c) – Possess large capacity mag (Prop 36 version) (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 32310(c) – Possess large capacity mag (Prop 36 version) (infraction)

Penal Code § 32310(a) – Manufacture large capacity mag (SB 1446 version) (wobbler)

Penal Code § 32310(b) – Possess large capacity mag (SB 1446 version) (infraction)

Penal Code § 32310(b) – Possess large capacity mag/prior (SB 1446 version) (infraction)

Penal Code § 32310(b) – Possess large capacity mag/2 priors+ (SB 1446 version)

Penal Code § 32311 – Possess large capacity magazine conversion kit (misdemeanor)

Penal Code § 32625(a) – Possess or transport machine guns (wobbler)

Penal Code § 32625(b) – Conversion/sale/manufacture of machine gun (felony)

Penal Code § 32900 – Illegal weapon – multi-burst trigger activator (wobbler)

Penal Code § 33215 – Illegal weapon – short barreled rifle/shotgun (wobbler)

Penal Code § 33410 – Possession of firearm silencer (wobbler)

Penal Code § 33600 – Illegal weapon – zip gun (wobbler)

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